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We have the ability to enter Windows logon id, domain, and passwords to bring up websites through our enterprise proxy.

Questions:
- Where are the proxy credentials stored (I can enter the info, browse for a while, then come back later and continue browsing without being prompted to enter my password)?

- Can the time of storage be changed? Our execs don't want to enter their passwords all the time to get stock quotes and such.

- The remember credentials box only stored the username and domain (sometimes but not even all the time). Can this be changed to remember the password as well so the user won't ever be prompted (unless of course they change their Windows password)?

Thanks all...

- Ray
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