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Password Manager Ver 10.0.0.592 / 1655912695_7207 / 1.0.523.0-0.8.3.0_1

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I don't see a way to store multiple passwords on one site based on Ports. I have several local boxes running multiple apps and each (for security) has different passwords.

I typically use the local IP# to access vs. the service name.

Am I missing a setting or is this just a future feature?

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Hello @RussDeFixer

Welcome!

  • Ports, no, don't think so🤔, however, have you looked at the Authentication scope feature:
  • Kaspersky Password Manager automatically detects the website domain level and prompts you to specify the authentication scope. You can save one account for a website and use it to log in on website subdomains. If you use different accounts for a second level domain and subdomains, you can save them as separate entries  (in our image the authentication scope selection is the default):

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  • IF that doesn't suit it'd be best to discuss the issue with Kaspersky Support, select either Chat or Email, then fill in Application malfunction, Other template. 
  • If you do log the issue with Support, please share the outcome with the Community, when it's available? 

Thank you🙏

Flood🐳+🐋

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