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Password Caching in Win2000 Server

I require disabling password caching in Win2000 Server.  If there are any methods of doing it either through pollicies or registry wise pls. advice how this could done.
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frankaCommented:
you mean the possibility to logon when no DC is avail.?
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frankaCommented:
this sound good:

If you want to prevent these credentials from being cached, as you might if you're running a high-security network, add a REG_SZ value named CachedLogonsCount beneath the HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\winlogon key. Set its value to 0 to prevent any caching, or to the number of cached credential sets you're willing to allow.
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chaminda_hendeniAuthor Commented:
Thanx franka for the info
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ChmodCommented:
As recommended

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