Preventing IE From Storing Passwords for ePortal
I've had a google about and a look through here, and spent a while staring at GPOs, but I can't spot an answer to what I'm looking for - which, I'm hoping, is dead straightforward and has been done by someone else in the past, but which (more likely) just can't be done.
We have a problem here of staff getting IE to remember their ePortal passwords, thus rendering the whole purpose of a password-protected system pointless, as any child could walk up to an unattended staff PC and be able to login to ePortal and browse all that lovely confidential data. Of course, in an ideal world no computer would ever be left unlocked, but we all know how well that works out don't we?
Obviously, then, I want to stop the ePortal passwords being remembered, but the only setting I've found so far that would do anything would just turn off saved passwords altogether, which would probably result in a minor revolt. If I could just turn it off for the Intranet zone, that would be fine, but it appears to be a seperate piece of IE code that deals with security zones and privacy settings.
We're running IE8 on XP SP3 with 2003 at the back end. It's not the end of the world (yet) but if anyone has the answer to hand, please share!