I have Creative Cloud and am logged into the desktop app. I have noticed recently that the more i use Cloud applications, the more new Adobe credentials I get stored to my Windows Credentials Manager. Just today, I launched Bridge and then Photoshop. After working for about an hour, I now have 44 "Adobe App" generic credentials added and 3 "Adobe User" credentials.
Why are credentials being stored?
Why so many?
Did something change with this latest version of the Cloud App (22.214.171.1240)?
I am using Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 (64-bit).
I just did a "Repair" on my Creative Cloud Desktop App to correct the continuous prompt for login issue. The Credentials Manager had been clean at that time.
WebDev0105 • Community Beginner, Nov 07, 2018Nov 07, 2018
Found this link that at least verifies that CC 2019 apps store user and license information in the Windows Credentials Manager:User and license information issues | CC 2019 It does not explain why there are dozens of them stored.
That's great but I have to continually remove around 100 certs per day. It's messing up my company VPN ability. How do I get it to stop loading these? I cleared it repeatedly. If they don't have a solution, aside from me taking a half hour to clear these certs - then I have to dump acrobat.