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    Disable 'Remember My Password'



    Is there a reg hack I can use to get rid of the check box?

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    hmmmm - not quite session passwords
    password behaviour

    manage passwords on a domain

    manage passwords no domain

    The check box was probably created on the design of the form when the code was written.... I am guessing you don't want to block it remembering all passwords, just some?
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    Quote Originally Posted by NooNoo
    I am guessing you don't want to block it remembering all passwords, just some?
    I would like to be able to block it from saving any passwords. I have a lab of 16 machines that are just about exclusivly used by students.

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    Then CCT's answer may work..? Or blank their profile when they log off?
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    I'm just going to let Deep Freeze take care of it.

    Thanks for the ideas.

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    Shamus: read through this article a bit and particularly note the advice about students trying to save files - just a caution so you get it going well.



    http://articles.techrepublic.com.com...1-5035065.html

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    Thanks CCT, haven't had time to look at that, but I found this at another forum and it looks promising:


    Start


    Control Panel

    Administrative Tools

    Local Security Policy

    Security Options






    Change "Network access: Do not allow storage of credentials or .net passports for network authentication" to Enabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCT
    Shamus: read through this article a bit and particularly note the advice about students trying to save files - just a caution so you get it going well.



    http://articles.techrepublic.com.com...1-5035065.html
    I've been using DF for about 3 yrs. now. There's a notice I have that shows up before they log on warning them that unless they save to a floppy, burn it to a cd or save it to their server account it's gone... once the machine is rebooted.
    But thanks for the heads up!

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