Hi, I think that’s odd, because here Storing Passkeys | Bitwarden Help Center (in “Create a new passkey”) it says, that existing passkeys can be overwritten. So that doesn’t work? (I didn’t test it yet)
But I just searched for an opportunity to delete a passkey. Interesting! Neither in the browser extension nor the (Windows) desktop app nor the web vault I saw a “delete” button. But I think, there are at least two possible workarounds to get rid of a passkey: 1. you could delete the entry and copy everything else in a new entry or 2. you could duplicate an entry and delete the old entry after that (as is written in the same help page, I understand, that in duplication processes a passkey is not duplicated).
From what I’ve seen, if you try to create a new passkey when one already exists, it either shows a message that a passkey already exists or it lets you replace the old one. I can’t understand in what cases each behavior appears.
I’m running into the need to delete a passkey as well. Microsoft is erroring and not saving the passkey after Bitwarden thinks the passkey is registered. When I login, Bitwarden thinks I can use it to login.
Encountered the same thing on https://login.gov/, but I have the ability to replace the key on https://passkeys.io. Not sure what the difference is between these two websites but the passkey that it thinks it has already generated for the government’s login website is completely useless without manually copying and deleting the whole entry.
Attempting to add Passkey for the government’s login website after failed attempt: