Re: I.E. remembering passwords
The registry editor is very accessible -- but dangerous to a novice. Maketoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
sure to export a copy somewhere before editing the registry.
Tastefully composed and transmitted from somewhere in the Western United
States, using a Dell Latitude E6520 and Windows 7
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Subject: Re: I.E. remembering passwords
I believe this leaves you with several choices that may not be attractive.
1. clear the WHOLE browser cache. PLEASE NOTE: you will lose all other
usernames/passwords as well. You can either do this inside the "Internet
Options", or as someone else mentioned, use a 3rd party utility such as
CCleaner (f-r-e-e download).
2. registry edit. this is a fairly convoluted process, which is documented
at the following web page:
Unfortunately I don't know if "regedit" (registry editor) is very
accessible, or if there is an alternative.
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Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 07:53:00 -0800
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