How Do I Exempt Password Manager From Making Changes In Places I Don't Want It To?
Could you give us a little more information, please. Is PM trying to change already saved passwords for a website?
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I just bought PM (along with other BitDefender stuff) and haven't even installed PM yet. I have some understanding of it but can't find an answer to my question. There is a business website that I log into multiple times a day and several business email addresses that I access constantly where the passwords MUST stay the same. If changes are ever made, I must do them manually because they must be communicated to my manager for emergency backup use. My personal email passwords and any other websites can fully utilize the manager, that's what I bought PM for. I just need to exempt some things from automatically changing.
I hope that helps. Or, if I'm totally misunderstanding the concept, please educated me or point me in the right direction so I can teach myself. Many thanks.
Thank you for the helpful reply, Linda.
Since this is beyond my normal use and understanding in using Password Manager, and I don't want to steer you wrong, let's have @Alexandru_BD who works for Bitdefender, take a look at your question for any suggestions he may have.
Password Manager does not make any changes by itself. It will not set a random password for accounts, if this is what you are asking.
You can check our FAQ and support articles for more insight on functionality, but also the user guide for detailed information and usage tips:
I hope the information is helpful and please let us know if you have any questions.