How to restore initial account/identity in Password Manager in Kaspersky PURE R2 after error in editing?
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How to restore initial account/identity in Password Manager in Kaspersky PURE R2 after error in editing?

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2012 Jan 19 ID: 5618
 
 
 
 

Applies to Kaspersky PURE R2

Before any changes are made to Password Database, a backup copy is automatically created. The backup feature allows the users to restore old versions of the password database. It is useful to restore passwords in the following cases:

  • if the most recent changes need to be cancelled; 
  • if the Password Database was overwritten or deleted;
  • if the current Password Database is inaccessible / damaged after a hardware or system failure.
To restore earlier version of an account/identity in Password Manager, please do the following:
  1. Open the program context menu by right-clicking the Password Manager icon in the bottom right corner of the screen in the taskbar notification area.
  2. In the context menu of the module, select Password Manager

 

  1. In the Password Manager window that will open, click the Restore database button. 

 

  1. In the Password database restore window that will open, in the Search field enter name of an account/ identity. 
  2. Select a backup copy from the list and click the Restore button. 

  1. In the Password Manager window confirm the restoration by clicking OK.

 

  1. In the ssword Manager window select whether to save the changes in the current Password Database before restoring by clicking Yes/No.

 

  1. In the Information window click OK

Restored account/ identity will appear in the list of accounts in the Password Manager window. 

 
 
 
 
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