Internet Explorer 11 not saving passwords

We recently migrated a client into a new 2012 R2 domain. We have setup new computers for them as well. Internet Explorer 11 will prompt the users to decide if they want to save the passwords. If they click yes, then on some websites it does save them and on some it does not. I have gone into Group Policy and drilled down and confirmed that none of the settings are configured "User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Internet Explorer". I'm a little stuck on this one. It seems Internet Explorer 10 in the old domain worked fine and saved their passwords when they click yes. Do I actually need to configure: User Names and Passwords on Forms and Prompt Me to Save Passwords?
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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
These days, many websites (most banks, for example) won't save the password even if you tell it to and won't in almost any browser. Is it possible that changes at the website(s) are causing this?
Thomas Zucker-ScharffSolution GuideCommented:
You should NEVER allow browsers to save passwords.  It is the first place Malware looks for passwords.
LamboOKAuthor Commented:
I completely agree with you Thomas. Despite my warnings on this, the client accepted the risk and wants it. All of us on this forum know where that leads.
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LamboOKAuthor Commented:
Davis, I tested some of these website last night on client machines and it looks like it falls in line with what you are saying. Almost all of the websites that they want their passwords saved on are the app sites. These are secure sites, and I'm almost positive will not allow passwords to be saved. I'm curious, if this is the case, and everyone now has IE 11, I'm wondering if this feature can be bypassed because a user has an older version of IE.
Thomas Zucker-ScharffSolution GuideCommented:
They should use a password manager like roboform or roboform2go.
Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
The only way to know is to try with IE 9 or 10; but, WellsFargo, for example, stopped saving them in IE8 over a year ago.

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