Caching of previous Internet Passwords on Domino Server

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I know that there is quite a bit in the discussion groups about cached Domino internet passwords but nothing seems to really point to a definitive solution, so I am turning to this group to see if an answer has been found. 2 Questions: - do you know how to force the clearing or know where this cache is kept? I know that there is a Notes.ini setting for the time for the cache to be kept but it seems to not be clearing the password cache. - we have several O's in 1 Domain. One server, in one O is being used for DWA. It is not defined as the Administration server for the Domain. The old passwords seem to be caching for many days thus allowing old password to be used. This even seems to be after restarting both the server and the HTTP tasks. Server is 7 on a Windows 2003 box. Session Authentication is currently set up as Single Server although I'm thinking of trying the Multi Server SSO route. With the limited information that I have given, would you have any ideas why the passwords would be cached for this long? Can you make any further suggestions on how to stop this from happening? Cheers! Malcolm

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Hello,

internet password cache is not orbey cache clearing time in Notes.ini.
password clearing time is cache maintenance token even 5 minutes.

longest 5 minutes, shortest time at internet password cache maintenance token were ran.

Sorry, second question are cannot understood.
(I’m a litte english understood.)

regards

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