Registry Editing Tips
Disable NT Password Caching
Most of us prefer to disable Windows NT's password caching. This
allows for the single NT domain login and eliminates the
secondary Windows logon screen and also the possibility of the respective passwords to get out of sync.
Open up the registry editor and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Network. Create a new DWORD value named DisablePwdCaching and set the 00000001 to disable password caching. To re-enable password caching again, simply set the value to 00000000 and you are done.
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