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Does Parallels mess with web passwords?

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Ever since early January, when I got both Parallels and 10.5.6, some of my web-based passwords have not been saving. This is the case even when I ask to remember them, they are saved in my keychain, and I have cookies for those webpages. I never had this problem before then, but I can't pin down a good reason why it is happening.

I am literally required to re-enter passwords after a matter of minutes for some websites, and usually the username does not show up either.

Please, for the love of God and all things holy, please respond. It is immensely annoying.
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That would just mean you need to enable cookies under prefs -> security -> cookies, in Safari. If you are using windows enable something similar. I don't see how parallels would have any effect on that...

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