Add Thread to del.icio.us Bookmark in Technorati Tweet this thread 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. The merging of the HP 6515b and Vista is the most horrific combination ever conceived. Unroadworthy Decisions Fingers vs Styli, Part 2 ► August (14) ► July (20) ► June (18) ► May (19) ► April (9) ► March (14) ► February (4) ► January (18) http://deftmag.com/system-could/system-could-not-access-credential-manager.html
To resolve this issue in all identities, you must delete all the user subkeys folders that are under the Protected Storage System Provider key.On the Registry menu, clickExit. So, the issue had to be with the two encryption certificates creating a conflict. Did it twice actually. Interesting.
There are two ways to solve the problem: First solution: * Reboot the PC. It seems to me that it's some HP Service like fingerprint software or whatever. But these steps are one's you should take first! Depending on the versions of Windows Vista and TPM you are running you might have to re-register any finger scans you had stored.
And guess what? Please try the request again. It was preinstalled Operating system? Thank You. 6:23 AM James Moffat said...
This worked and the user was able to login while in the building. Anyway, then you should be able to login on the local admin in NON-SAFEMODE. Please email email@example.com TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser Office Office 365 Exchange Server SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business WE WERE BETTER OFF WITH XP BUT NOW WE CANT EVEN BUY IT BECAUSE YOU IDIOTS WANT TO FORCE US WITH THIS ****. **** **** **** **** **** IM GOIN TO
Click the user subkey folder that is directly underneath the Protected Storage System Provider key, clickDeleteon theEditmenu, and then clickYesin the warning message dialog box. my review here Legend. Please! It was just yesterday that I received this message all of a sudden.
Post this appointment, Hilton continues to work towards developing the local, national and global SMB IT Professional community and ensuring knowledge is made available to those who seek it. have a peek at these guys It will depth in Network and Internet, Hardware and Sound, etc. Any ideas??? "Amar Singh Sachdeva" wrote: > Hi, > are you using a desktop or a laptop? > if you are using a laptop, are you using a finger impression scanner? I was working in to the late and early morning hours when I came across your solution.
Locate and then click the following registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Protected Storage System ProviderOn theEditmenu, clickPermissions.Click the registry key for the user who is currently logged on. Woot! I have a Homegroup on the shared PC, and was logged in to the HTPC's own Homegroup. check over here All rights reserved.Information and prices contained in this website may change without notice.
If the problem persists, please contact your system administrator.The server is not responding properly. WSUS Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2008 Appearance and Personalization on Windows 7 Video by: Faizan This Micro Tutorial will teach you how to change your appearance I think > this is needed with Vista.
Try run this command in cmd: sfc /scannowWITH Administrative privilegios. Good luck! #10 (permalink) 05-26-2008 Joe Morris Posts: n/a Re: Vista Can't Log In - Credential Manager Server "donc"
verify that credential manager server is properly installed on the target i need to access can i get help from you Thanks & Regards alzadjali credential manager Responses to "credential manager" Sometimes this solution will works fine: * Start in safe mode and log on as a local admin * Start device manager and look under ‘Security Devices’ Hit f10 while it's starting and disable the security settings (the second colum halfway down). http://deftmag.com/system-could/system-could-not-access-credential-manager-server-error.html Privacy statement © 2016 Microsoft.
Vista Can't Log In - Credential Manager Server microsoft.public.windows.vista.general Page 1 of 2 1 2 > LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes #1 (permalink) 12-10-2007 Kathy Welcome to the Microsoft Windows Vista Community Forums - Vistaheads, YOUR Largest Resource for Windows Vista related information.You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access You’ll have to configure a password to do it for some reason. * When you are prompted to log in using the local administrator account * Go Login as a local administrator in SAFE MODE Go to services and DISABLE everything that starts with HP Reboot the system.
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