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When the sysprep tool has been used to install Windows XP or Windows 2000, there are cases in which checking the “Save Password” box in Internet Explorer or Outlook Express does not work. This occurs when the user has logged in as an existing user (such as Administrator) prior to running the sysprep tool.
If you run the sysprep tool, the SID is changed, but the SID change causes the Protected Storage Service to malfunction.
To work around this behavior, delete keys beginning with the letter “S” within the following registry:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Protected Storage Provider
Close Protected Storage Service
Choose HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Protected Storage Provider
Delete keys beginning with the letter “S”
Go to the Security menu, and select Authorize Access
Click Add, and add the current user. Choose Full Control for authorized access.
Click Delete, and delete the key itself
If the above steps are completed prior to running the sysprep tool, users added after the fact will be able to save passwords successfully.
This issue has been verified within Microsoft, and is under investigation. When further details are understood, they will be added to this article.
Since the following functionality also uses Protected Storage Service, they may not work as expected:
-Password save in Internet Explorer
-Auto Complete in Internet Explorer
-Subscription in Internet Explorer"