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Old June 16th 10, 07:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
mnatkiel
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Default Delete stored user names and passwords on a computer in a domain

How do I delete the "stored usernames and passwords" on computers in a domain
without having to visit each PC or give users instructions. Can I do it via
GPO or script? I would like to clear all stored usernames and passwords on
all users in a domain. I have found this KB article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306992/en-us on how to remove the "Remember
Password" check box but nothing on how to clear anything that has been stored
already. We have a Single Sign-on product that manages application
credentials and do not want users saving any locally.

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Old June 16th 10, 09:12 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
Don Phillipson[_4_]
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Default Delete stored user names and passwords on a computer in a domain

"mnatkiel" wrote in message
...

How do I delete the "stored usernames and passwords" on computers in a

domain
without having to visit each PC or give users instructions. Can I do it

via
GPO or script? I would like to clear all stored usernames and passwords on
all users in a domain. I have found this KB article
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306992/en-us on how to remove the

"Remember
Password" check box but nothing on how to clear anything that has been

stored
already.


Would it not save time to:
1. Duplicate the domain as DomNameX with no users
2. Notify all the old domain (DomName) users to use
the new one (DomNameX).
3. Erase the old domain (DomName.)

I do not know #4 (whether old users may register themselves
with passwords in DomNameX, or whether the domain
administrator must add current users and current passwords.)

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Don Phillipson
Carlsbad Springs
(Ottawa, Canada)


 




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