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Why I cannot use Live account on some Microsoft Services

De ceva vreme ma trezeam ca anumite servicii noi adaugate de catre Microsoft care se acceseaza cu ajutorul unui cont de Live nu functioneaza. Cand doream sa ma logam cu userul si parola nu reuseam.
Acest lucru se intampla atat pe telefon cat si de pe desktop. Unele persoane spuneau ca din cauza ca account-ul este unul vechi (de peste 10 ani) unele servicii nu functioneaza. Mi s-a parut ciudata cauza si nu eram convins de aceasta problema.
Astazi am avut nevoie sa reinstalez Windows 8 pe cateva masini si dupa ce m-am inregistrat cu account-ul meu m-am trezit ca nu mai ma pot loga. Aveam o masina virtuala blocata si o tableta cu Windows 8 blocata. Si asa am ajuns sa sap, sa vad care poate sa fie problema.
Cauza se pare ca este lungimea parolei. In cazul meu aveam o parola de peste 20 de caractere. Am fost nevoit sa schimb parola la una mai scurta de 16 caractere si totul a revenit la normal.
Un singur lucru pot sa spun din pacate .... rusinica.


  1. Sa vezi ce fain e sa nu iti poti activa smartphone-ul din cauza asta (WP7, prima pornire, parola Win Live mai lunga de 16)..

    1. Din aceasta cauza telefonul imi este activat cu alt account. We love to entertain you


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