01-29-2017 06:43 AM
With windows 10 the hp client security is installed. Several times a day there is a pop-up with the question to complete the setaup of the password manager for Google Chrome. I alraedy have a password manager, so i don't need the one that comes with the hp security client.
How can i turn this password manager off, or how can i turn these notifications off?
I tried to google it several times, and there where no solutions. I also tried to complete the setup, but even that is not working.
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01-29-2017 02:27 PM - edited 02-21-2018 11:07 AM
Relevant to business class computers running a recent version of Windows 10 and Client Security Software:
Disable the HP Client Security Manager Extension in Chrome:
Chrome > Settings > Extensions > UNCHECK the extension
If it continues to bug your trip, Disable the 'Manager and then click the Trash bin (next to where you disable the extension)
Edits - Add method to disable / enable Client Security logon prompt
and / or
Client Security > Disable prompt to add password to login screen
Windows key + S > search for Client Security
Open Client Security Dashboard > Click / Open Password Manager > Setup >
UNCHECK Prompt to add a logon when on a logon screen
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02-01-2017 01:39 AM - edited 02-01-2017 02:12 PM
It went well for a day...
There is still a windows 10 pop-up even when a disabled it in chrome. It asks to complete the setup for the chrome extension. In the HP security client there is no option to disable only the chrome app.
I don't want to disable the whole securtiy client, but only the password manager part. Is there another solution.
10-16-2017 06:35 PM
Been asking the same question in other posts. Apparently HP does not have a solution to stop the HP password program ( not outlook or other program) from popping up and asking to complete the password. Sadly when ever Outlook checks for email and logs into the server the HP program needs to do the popup and ask. Outlook works and downloads email because the passwords are already in the application. All we need from HP is a way to stop the pop ups and not totally delete the application which also does the finger print login. Are we forced to totally delete the application and use a competitive application ?
02-20-2018 05:59 AM
To disable the extension in Chrome:
1. In Chrome click on the 3 vertical dots on the top right of the address bar at the top right of your screen ":".
2. Select "More Tools >"
3. Scroll down the list to "Extensions"
4. The page address is "chrome://extensions/"
5. Scroll down the list of extensions, mark and "bin" the HP Security Extension.