LogMeIn Central offers a combination of settings that allow you to
securely save host credentials to a client computer. This allows you to
automatically authenticate to a host when you next connect from the same
Make sure that automatic authentication is active for your user
At the top of the page, click
Settings > Security.
Remember Computer Login Credentials,
confirm that the following is selected:
Give users the option to store host computer login
credentials on clients.
Tip: If the section is not available or is grayed
out, then you do not have permission to use this feature. Contact the LogMeIn
Central Account Holder who gave you access to computers in his account and ask
Login credentials can be saved
Make sure automatic authentication is active on the host.
Allow login credentials to be saved must be
selected for the Host Preference Package applied to the host.
This option is active by default when no Host Preference
Package is applied.
Reconnect to the host and select the
Save credentials box during authentication.
Your Windows or Mac authentication information is securely
saved to the client computer.
The next time you log
in to the same host from the same client, the authentication window will be
displayed briefly, but you will not need to enter your user name or password.
Your saved credentials will be sent to the host automatically.
Do you want to turn off automatic authentication? Once
connected to a host, click
Delete saved credentials at the top of the host
Dashboard (Detailed Mode) or Main Menu (Compact View).