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Multiple domains

There are some websites on the internet that use one set of credentials across multiple domains.  An example of such is the StackExchange network of sites that all share the same backing credential store.  How can I tell TrueKey that two domains are "the same" for the sake of password management?

If I store separate logins for each domain, then when I change my password on one domain (which changes the password for all domains) then TrueKey attempting to login to the other domains will result in an authentication failure and I'll have to spelunk to figure out which domain I executed the password change on so I can copy the password to the other domains.

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Re: Multiple domains


I will contact someone on your behalf.

@GaneshR @Former Member @marcd

Comment please if 1 of you can assist this customer.

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Re: Multiple domains

Hi micah-zoltu

True Key will create a new launchpad entry for every individual domain. I have played around with it and I dont think there is a way to add one launchpad item for multiple domains.

I would suggest you to post this as an idea on our Consumer Ideas section so that the concerned team can take a look at your suggestion.



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@Former MemberUnfortunately the "Suggest an Idea" button on that page is greyed out and I was unable to figure out how to get it to be clickable.

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Hi Micah,

Can you please email me at "" so we can discuss this further.


Marc D.

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