Windows 10: Error When Trying To Access "Web Credentials" VIA Control Panel
Error When Trying To Access "Web Credentials" VIA Control Panel
Running virus free/recently scanned Desktop Windows 10
When I go control Panel>Credential Manager>Web Credentials - I get the error (PIC below)
Bit more info:
A while back I had the TENCENT "terror" thing, some kind of virus/maleware China thing? http://www.exterminate-it.com/malped...eys/tencent-qq There is a general link.
However, I fully and carefully removed it. Since then I have been able to access my webcredentials. But 2 nights ago with no changes - BAM that error. Thoughts?
A search seems to indicate this is mostly a win 10 error. I went into services and it absolutely is running. But when I look at Services.msc (or whatever) all of the other options in there confuse me
Last edited by Tonys317; 08 Jun 2016 at 19:28.
Reason: uploaded wrong picture
Proper picture uploaded - ty
Did you find a fix for this? I now have the same error!
No I have not and it is a serious PITA (as mom used to say Pain in the........) As I have asked the question, I do not want to "re-ask it". I think it is important though and needs fixed. It demonstrates some kind of "flaw/error" relevant to my computers security, right? So I do not like it You may use my pic or reference this question again if you like. I do not want to be "that guy" who asks over and over.
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