10-01-2010 08:37 PM - edited 10-01-2010 08:38 PM
Yes It does...If I fill in one NIS asks to update it and replaces it with the new password...I am more savvy now and say no for the reason you said I must say you worded that reply wonderfully!
Can NIS be configured to save all 3 independantly?Same name different Passwords on the same site.
I think I can enter the site through the 3 different areas instead of the main login page that is what I have been doing...maybe that's where I have been going wrong? I will go and test my theory.Thanks again for your help.
Sad to say it still changes the logins and I can not set them up individually.I will wait and see what Tim says.Thanks
If you enter the site through 3 different areas, isn't the domain still the same?
When you think about it, NIS would have no way of knowing that the same username is actually a different account when the URL domain is still exactly the same.
Have you thought about creating 3 different usernames for the 3 areas? That should definitely work. I think it is going to be either that or using the same password for all 3.
Another indicator is when you navigate to any of the 3 login pages, NIS probably just autofills without giving you a choice of accounts, correct? Or if you click on ID safe at the top of your browser, then select "Available logins for this page", it just shows one login, correct?
10-01-2010 08:40 PM
10-01-2010 08:58 PM
NIS probably just autofills without giving you a choice of accounts,
Yes that is the way it is happening...It sounds like it is not possible to save all 3.Same domain...just 3 different areas of the one site.
I wanted to keep them separate but if that is not possible because NIS saves them as one individual account. I can always fill them in manually....now the next question would be how to stop NIS auto filling the two extra logins?Thankfully I do not go to the other parts of the site that often.
10-01-2010 09:02 PM
10-01-2010 09:06 PM
I think you can add site to the exclusion list. This will make nis ignore the site completely. Or b. You can just change the password manually, letting Norton filling in the username. Just say on to replace the password.
I agree on the second part but if you add the site to the exclusion list then none of the 3 will get filled in.
10-01-2010 09:23 PM
10-01-2010 09:29 PM
Thanks to both of you for your patience and help....will it be possbile down the track to do this sort of sign in?
If you mean will it be possible to have 3 different usernames with different passwords on the same URL then only Symantec would be able to answer that. In order to accomplish that they would have to probably look at the entire URL address and not just the domain. This should be "possible" but I have no idea if they are planning to add something like that.
Perhaps you can suggest it in the Norton Ideas Forum?