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Forcing system to auto request for credentials each time when mapping


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blaCky7

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Hi everyone,

Just a quick background of what I have done. There was a "genius" user clicking on 'remember my password' when he mapped his network drive on a public lab pc. So I removed his credentials from the computer successfully but I ran into another problem in which it doesn't ask for my credentials after I disconnect the drive. I would like to find a solution which is aforementioned in the title. I believe the system somehow caches the current user details and remember for that session until the computer is logged out or restarted. I do some googling but to no avail, I find no solution. Hence, I hope someone in this geeks community could release this curse. Thanking in advance.

-blacky

Edited by blaCky7, 12 December 2012 - 08:05 PM.

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romaldus

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in the run dialog, just type: control keymgr.dll
and click on OK or enter to open the windows credential manager which allows you to manage and delete passwords saved in Windows.
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So I removed his credentials from the computer successfully

I have already done it, that is why I'm writing this post.
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