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How can i stop username and context from being cached

Server is nw65 sp4, if i browse from any pc to https://<server ip>:2200
it brings up the login screen no problem but it brings up ou=admin and
the context etc of the admin account. I use the admin account when
loging in from my pc , so why does it bring us the details on another pc
i go to that has never connected to https://<server ip>:2200 before. Is
there somewhere i can set it to not remember the user settings, and just
have it displaying a blank username field each time, thought it was the
cache on IE but its not

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Re: How can i stop username and context from being cached


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