A lot of times during reconnaissance you might find several breached credentials. These credentials can be imported by selecting Server->Add Credentials and later used to create security tokens on Windows.
You can add a single credential here by manually entering them or import multiple credentials by selecting ‘Import CSV’ button.
All the credentials are stored in memory. However, these can be backed up offline by selecting Server->Save All Credentials. You can create security tokens for Windows by right clicking the credential row from the Creds tab and then creating either a network or a local token.
Network tokens allow accessing resource over a network like SMB and shared drives whereas local tokens can only access local resources. For example, if you create a local token for a local administrator, you would be able to access any user’s directory within C:\Users\, but you won’t be able to access any remote shares with this token. You would have to create a network token for that. More information on windows tokens can be found here.