useless pwd in s/mime Outlook 2010

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Microsoft Outlook 2010
Microsoft Outlook permissions
I have to implement s/mime encryption for some users of a company (XP SP3 ; Outlook2010 ; Exchange 2010). On each Outlook the certificate has been imported with security level "high" (protection by password). Problem : the user can uncrypt or encrypt mails, without having to type the certificate password. (a similar installation - in another company - don't show the trouble : each user has to type the pwd in the first action of encrypting or uncrypting mail, in a Outlook session : it's what I want!). Thanks in advance for help.

Software/Hardware used:
Outlook 2010
ASKED: October 17, 2012  8:00 PM
UPDATED: October 18, 2012  12:43 PM

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I have to answer to my own question…
I’m in progress, but not enough ;
- in session user, pwd is not asked for cipher or uncipher ;
- in session administrator, the pwd is asked :-)

But :
- if I accept to type pwd, Outlook keeps authorization for ever :
or I want authorization to be kept only for the Outlook session duration.

- how to have the pwd to be typed in session user as well ?
Thanks for help.

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