Re: HP Client Security Manager v 8.3.1.1714 Annoying Icon Problem, cannot access websites. (237 Views)
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Vikkkiii
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HP Client Security Manager v 8.3.1.1714 Annoying Icon Problem, cannot access websites.

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Hello

 

on my ZBook 17'' F0V54EA, win 64 bit pro

 

I cannot access my internet bank because of this  annoying icon of HP Password Manager which is glued to the right side of every login field on any website  and covers important info.

 

It pops out on whenewer site where is a box for logins, it cannot be moved away or made hidden

and it just terrible, it is positioned in the most important field and screens everything.

 

how can I disable or move this unmovable icon?

 

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Toffy
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Re: HP Client Security Manager v 8.3.1.1714 Annoying Icon Problem, cannot access websites.

 

 

Read Page 16

http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetPDF.aspx%2Fc04037107.pdf

 

Internet Explorer (IE) - Import and export features not supported in IE 10 and 11, User may need to disable

Enhanced Protected Mode in IE 11 for Password Manager plug-in to work.

 

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Vikkkiii
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Re: HP Client Security Manager v 8.3.1.1714 Annoying Icon Problem, cannot access websites.

Thank you

 

Finally managed to get into account from Internet Explorer (with no Add-ons).

 

Would be really helpful feature to be able to move this password manager's icon away or customize its position on the screen.

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