Certificate protection for s/mime on Outlook 2010

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Microsoft Outlook 2010
Microsoft Outlook features
For implementation of s/mime on Outlook 2010 / Win 7 (certificate security set "high level"), I want in user session the pwd to be typed for each Outlook session. For now : - in user session, pwd is not asked for cipher or uncipher ; - in administrator session, the pwd is asked ; but Outlook keeps authorization for ever. Questions : - how to do for authorization kept only for the Outlook session duration ? - how to do for forcing the pwd typing in user session, as it is in administrator session ? Thanks for help.
ASKED: October 20, 2012  8:46 PM
UPDATED: October 22, 2012  12:15 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    I suggest that you ask on a Microsoft TechNet Secure Messaging forum. Even from MSFT employees, I see multiple "answers" that indicate multiple circumstances. Slight differences in initial configuration or in registry keys have different effects. -- Tom
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  • fromwintolin
    Many thanks for the advice, Tom.best regards 
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