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username/password cached where? - 1.Jul.2004 9:26:00 PM   


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Joined: 11.Mar.2004
From: Conshohocken, PA.
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I have an end user who's PC insists on automatically logging them in as the last person that used that machine.

Webmail should prompt for username and password every time it is loaded.

I had the user clear every setting I could think of in internet explorer. (cache, ssl state, cookies, files, history, certificates)

They use HTTPS to access, so they type for example: https://webmail.mycompany.com

As I said, you'd expect an ssl certificate pop-up then a box where you enter username & password. Instead, on this 1 PC, it just takes you right into the account last used. I wonder why?

Where could the username&password be getting stored???

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RE: username/password cached where? - 4.Aug.2004 7:15:00 AM   


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Joined: 19.Jul.2004
From: Kathmandu, Nepal
Status: offline
Greetings to all !

I have exactly the same problem only that I am not using SSL.

Moreover, one has to close all browser windows after logoff before a fresh logon prompt appears.

I am still looking for some solution.
Please try to inform me when you find one at:
I will do same if I find out before you do.

Thanks and Regards

(in reply to zabagar)
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