Did you find the entry Virtualapp/Didlogical in your Windows 7 credential manager and now you’re wondering what it is? If so, don’t worry, here are some more details.
So, who creates the entry Virtualapp/Didlogical?
Virtualapp/Didlogical is a credential that is stored when you use any of the Windows Live products, this can include Windows Live Messenger, Windows Live Mail, Windows Live Sign-In Assisstant, Windows XP Mode and other Microsoft services.
Is it safe to delete Virtualapp/Didlogical?
In general it is safe to delete it – however, it’s pretty useless to remove it IF you are using Windows Live or any other Microsoft services on a regular basis. I would therefore not recommend to delete it – after reading through this post AND the comments you will have a better idea what this is and how it affects you, so you can feel a little safer now
You may delete the entry from the Credential Manager.
1. Step Open Control Panel, click on Credential Manager
2. Step Click on the dropdown icon of the entry Virtualapp/Didlogical
3. Step Click on Remove from Vault
Help! It automatically recreates itself!
Yes, if you continue to use the Microsoft Windows Live products, you will always have this entry. The only solutions is to uninstall Windows Live products and look for alternatives, but since this is not a security problem there is absolutely no reason to do that.
Is there any credential that you don’t know? Post the name below and we will inspect it. Maybe we can compile a list of false positives.
Pro Tip: If you try to find a Windows share on Ubuntu you should make sure to delete all credentials in order to avoid any problems with cached credentials.