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There are no Lindens here, ever.  This is a resident-to-resident Answers area, so we are all SL residents like you. We didn't save your login credentials at all. 

I'm not sure that I even understand your question, in fact.  What are you trying to do, and what is happening?

If you want to provide extra information or need to clarify your question, click on the Options link in the upper right corner of your question and select EDIT. Please do not start a new thread. Doing that makes it hard for us to see what other people have already suggested, and it pushes other residents' questions off the page.

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There are no Lindens here, ever.  This is a resident-to-resident Answers area, so we are all SL residents like you. We didn't save your login credentials at all. 

I'm not sure that I even understand your question, in fact.  What are you trying to do, and what is happening?

If you want to provide extra information or need to clarify your question, click on the Options link in the upper right corner of your question and select EDIT. Please do not start a new thread. Doing that makes it hard for us to see what other people have already suggested, and it pushes other residents' questions off the page.

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If you only had that message on viewer launch once, don't worry about it, especially if you are on Windows 10 & you just got the anniversary update.  Some Windows 10 updates change the machine ID which means your saved login credntials cannot be decrypted.

If it's a persistant problem, see http://wiki.phoenixviewer.com/login_credentials

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