[Connections] [Creds] Allow persistence of credentials across session
From Private Preview user feedback.
Happy for it not to keep the password for my admin account saved, but I would love to be able to save a DOMAIN\Username as the account to use every time, and just prompt for the password every session. Cut back on unnecessary typing.
For the love of god, yes--let me save credentials.
Running this on Windows 10, it's bad enough it thinks it should use my Microsoft (Hotmail) account to log into my servers by default.
Karim Kanoun commented
+1 Jacob Benson
Rabbani Syed commented
let have an option to save credentials for each session so that admin do not have to login each time for all servers
This. I seem te get a rediculous amount of credential popups, some don't seem to be functioning.
Option to remember the username between sessions for each server and only prompt for the password when logging in
Avi Samocha commented
Yes! I keep getting this: "These credentials are stored for this session only"
Also, in my case, we have multiple separate forests/domains and Honolulu is installed on a server in one of the domains. I would like to be able to manage all servers/VMs from one Honolulu server.
Although I can add a server from another forest/domain, I can't save the credentials for its connection.
Deepak Jena commented
every time I refresh the page, the session ends. Can we maintain session?
Jean-Francois Aprea commented
Yes ! Feature needed. Losing credential doesn't preserve the SME Experience.
I suggest to build a Protected Storage environnment that we can easaly move with Export and Import functions.
It think you can be inspired from RDM (Remote Desktop Manager from Devolutions: good credential mangement with local or remote storage (SQL) and folder heritance for sessions. Look at https://devolutions.net/. Always available to exchange with you and the team. Jeff/
Jacob Benson commented
We have admin accounts that are separate from our workstation logins. We need to be able to save/persist those credentials across sessions.