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    Not only that, Windows Admin Center saves no credentials. So the process goes like this for adding a single managed node: we enter the managed node name, the Windows Admin Center page requests credentials, we enter them, the managed node is found but Windows Admin Center requests credentials for it, we select "Use another account for this connection" and enter the same credentials as before, then the Windows Admin Center requests credentials again and we must enter the same credentials for the third time. Multiply by ~50 for every managed node.

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