However, when I try the same thing on the machine running 28.1.0, it fails. After using Classic Password Editor 1.1.2 to make sure the credentials on both machines are identical, I am still required to manually type in the password on the second screen.
(To clarify: what I mean by 'breaks login', it no longer auto-fills the password field on the second screen.)
I seriously doubt this problem is caused by Pale Moon, but figured it would be worthwhile to make note of it. I do know USBANK tracks and differentiates individual desktops, so my best guess is they're causing it, but if anyone else has additional experience with this one, reply appreciated.
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