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Credential providers working in Win7 don't work in Win10

Hello, The question is as subject denotes: Credential providers working in Win7 don't work in Win10. Any provider built from scratch including V2_Credential_Provider_Sample from Microsoft, works in Win7 and doesn't even show in Win10. Best regards, Sergey

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@SergeyGorin-9290
Hi,
To work around this issue, you’ll need to disable the automatic system logon of the last user by setting the DisableAutomaticRestartSignOn Registry key.
Note: Make sure that you back up the registry you modify it.
Navigate to the following registry key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System
On the right pane, double-click the DisableAutomaticRestartSignOn entry to edit its properties.
Then set the Value data to 1.
Click OK.
Restart PC for the changes to take effect.

Hope above information can help you.

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@Jenny Feng, thank you, but it didn't help.
Indeed, the option you recommended to turn on, disables auto logon. But in my efforts I did lock, logoff, user switch - all those steps should activate list of sign-in options, i.e. enumerate credential providers. But it doesn't show a sample one.

One other thing. A .Net-developed provider (a sample one, again) activates in Win10, as expected. I can't see any substantial difference in interface implementation, though.

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Hi,

I feel sorry that this question is hard to answer.
Your question seems to be related to the development.
It is recommended to post in github for more help:
https://github.com/DavidWeiss2/windows-Credential-Provider-library

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