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Alex 75

Same domain, different logins

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Hi,

I've this problem:
When I open a link like this: https://aaa.mycompany.net/kiln/Auth/LogOn?ReturnUrl=/kiln&nr=
the user and password field are filled with data, WRONG DATA.

I have an account on http://wiki.wp.mycompany.net/wp-login.php and the username/password proposed for this page are RIGHT,
and an account on http://tools.mycompany.net/YooxNav/login.asp?Ref=/YooxNav/index.as .

Al these three login pages are on the same domain (mycompany.net for example).

In the Magic Fill Settings there are two records: for wiki.wp.mycompany.net and for http://tools.mycompany.net .
From where it retrieves the username/password for the page in aaa.mycompany.net that is not in the Magic Fill Settings ?

 

I don't want a Magic Fill Registration for this site and specially I don't want it WRONG.

Thanks,

Alessandro

 

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maybe the domain it's the same but the cookies maybe are different

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Hi,

I've this problem:
When I open a link like this: https://aaa.mycompany.net/kiln/Auth/LogOn?ReturnUrl=/kiln&nr=
the user and password field are filled with data, WRONG DATA.

I have an account on http://wiki.wp.mycompany.net/wp-login.php and the username/password proposed for this page are RIGHT,
and an account on http://tools.mycompany.net/YooxNav/login.asp?Ref=/YooxNav/index.as .

Al these three login pages are on the same domain (mycompany.net for example).

In the Magic Fill Settings there are two records: for wiki.wp.mycompany.net and for http://tools.mycompany.net .
From where it retrieves the username/password for the page in aaa.mycompany.net that is not in the Magic Fill Settings ?

 

I don't want a Magic Fill Registration for this site and specially I don't want it WRONG.

Thanks,

Alessandro

 

entries should be different in magic fill

manually delete the entries you don't want in magic fill and next time you log in don't save the form.

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Check as ody said. There's no reason why login details are wrong unless they were somehow saved wrong initially. I'm pretty sure MagicFill works based on the full address, not just the domain.

You can also have multiple passwords saved on the same page. I'm not sure how that works with auto fill, but filling manually you get the dropdown to choose which you want to fill.

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