The two security hashes for Keymgr.dll were created from the original file. The security hash is created by scanning all bytes within the file. Identical files should have the same hashes. SHA1 is considered the more secure than the older MD5 hash.
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This program does not appear to be internally referenced by any other file.
Internal Resource Counts
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Strings and Messages
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Welcome to the Forgotten Password Wizard This wizard helps you create a "password reset" disk. If you forget the password for this user account and are unable to log on, you can use this disk to create a new password. • • Note: No matter how many times you change your password, you only need to create this disk once. Make sure the disk is still in the drive, and then type the current user account password. If the account does not have a password, leave the box blank. Current User Account Password The wizard needs to know the current password for this user account.
Completing the Forgotten Password Wizard You've successfully created a password reset disk for this user account. Discard any previous disks; they can no longer be used. • • Label this disk "Password Reset" and keep it in a safe place. Welcome to the Password Reset Wizard If you forget the password for this user account and are unable to log on, this wizard helps you reset the password. • • Note: To use this wizard, you must have first created a password reset disk.
The stored password data for use with this password reset disk is missing from the system or this disk may be out of date. • • The password for this user account cannot be reset with this disk. An error occurred while the wizard was creating the password reset disk. An error occurred while the wizard was attempting to reset the password. The wizard cannot reset the password because this reset disk is invalid. This disk may be for a different account, or a newer reset disk may have been made for this account. The password cannot be blank. Please try again. There is already a password reset disk for this user account. Creating a new one will make the old one unusable. Do you want to continue?
This password reset disk is out of date. The matching user account is no longer present on this computer. Insert a blank, formatted disk into the drive you want to use, and then select that drive from the list below. • • I want to create a password reset disk in the following drive: Create a Password Reset Disk The wizard will save password information about this user account to the disk in the drive below. Insert the password reset disk into the drive you want to use, and then select that drive from the list below. • • The password reset disk is in the following drive: Insert the Password Reset Disk The wizard will use the information on the disk to help you reset the password. The wizard was unable to create the password reset disk. Press Back to try again. Try Again Forgotten Password Wizard Password Reset Wizard Invalid Password Missing Password This disk is not a password reset disk.
File Not Found The wizard was unable to read this disk. Disk Error Please insert the password reset disk in the drive. Disk Error This disk already contains password reset information. Do you want to replace the existing information? Overwrite Existing Disk? No User Account Replace Previous Disk Wrong Password Invalid Disk Disk is not formatted The disk in drive %s is not formatted. • • Do you want to format it now? I want to create a password key disk in the following drive: The password key disk is in the following drive:
Your computer does not have a removable disk drive. A removable medium is required to use this feature. Insert a blank, formatted disk into drive %C:. Insert the disk that contains the password key into drive %C:. Creating Password Reset Disk Please wait while the wizard creates the disk. Progress: %d%% complete Please insert the password reset disk in drive %C. Disk Full This disk does not have enough free space to save the password reset information. Please replace the disk and try again.
Stored User Names and Passwords Manages stored logon information for non-public network servers.
Logon Information Properties
Type or select a user name or certificate. Windows cannot edit the selected logon information. The new information cannot be saved. Windows cannot save the logon information. Make sure the information is correct and that all required fields are completed.
Your password cannot be changed from this domain. Contact your system administrator. This will change your password for the domain You have changed the password for this domain user. All logon information for this domain and user name has been updated with the new password. The password change succeeded. All logon information for this domain and user name has been updated with the new password. The password was successfully changed on the remote domain, but updating saved logon information failed. The information will be updated the next time you connect to the domain. You have set the password used for a domain user. Do you also want to update the password on the domain? This item was created by a Passport website. It is a special type that cannot be viewed or changed here. From this program, it may only be deleted. (Passport) Distributed file system (DFS) share '%s' Server named '%s' All server names ending in '%s' All servers in '%s' A dial-up connection
Log on as '%s' Windows cannot save the logon information. The password or PIN information is incorrect. Windows was unable to change the server name for the selected logon information. Windows allows applications to store logon information for network locations and Web sites. To edit an existing entry, select it, then click Properties. To edit this item, you must connect to the Passport site on the Web. Do you want to do this now? This logon information will be used when you connect to the specified server. If you logged on to Windows with a domain account and you have a roaming profile, this information will also be used when you log on from other computers in the domain. This logon information was created by a program. If you delete this information, the program might not function properly. • • This information will be available until you delete it. This logon information will be used when you connect to the specified server from this computer only. Windows cannot connect to ...
There is no help available for this item. Manages identifying information that is used to connect to resources on a network or the Internet. Lists the network and Internet resources for which Windows currently stores logon information. Saves new logon information or edits existing information.
Click to create a new record of logon information. Deletes the selected logon information for a server or group of servers. Click to change the logon information or the network resources for which the entry is used. Click to change your password on the domain and update your saved logon information to use the new password. Provides a space for you to type your current domain password. Provides a space for you to type your new domain password. Provides a space for you to type your new domain password again for confirmation. Provides a space for you to type a server name or a domain name. You can use wildcards in the domain name. Some examples are *.wingtiptoys.com and server01. Provides a space for you to type or select the user name that is required by the server. Provides a space for you to type the password of the selected user. Click to display the details of the selected certificate. Closes the dialog box and saves any changes you have made. Closes the dialog box without s...
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