Consider the following scenario. You store a password in Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008. To do this, you use the Remote Access Connection manager. The password contains one extended character, such as capital C cedilla (Ç). In this scenario, an incorrect password is stored in the Credential Manager (CredMan) database.

This behavior may cause various issues in other components or mechanisms that use passwords that are stored in the CredMan database. For example, when you establish a virtual private network (VPN) connection before you log on to Windows, the Group Policies are not applied as expected.

One Reply to “KB983613”

  1. But it’s only accessible in a human radaeble format in your process. Another session cannot read it, its stored in yours. And there is only a certain extent that you can protect yourself from yourself.James

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