1.    06 Aug 2016 #1
    Join Date : Nov 2015
    Posts : 114

    Windows Credential Manager concerns

    I am NOT using Windows 10 to logon as my Microsoft account but using only my Local Admin Account.
    I went into Credential Manager and just noticed something odd and I was wondering if anyone has this added as well. Please see my image.

    I do logon to my Outlook 2013 email client using my Outlook.com account to check my emails.

    I also removed my Windows user profile as well and re-created it and still has this entry added under Credential Manager.

    Thanks in advance!
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