CMAK VPN advanced setting to force users to type in their user name every login

Posted on 2007-07-24
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
I am creating a VPN connectoid using Microsoft's CMAK (Connection Manager Administration Kit). I need the connectoid to blank out the username when is invoked forcing the user type in their user name every time they go to log in to the VPN connection.

Whats is the setting I need to adjust to make this behavior take place? By default the connection is currentlt remembering the user name of the last logged in user and I want the connectiod to match our Windows login security policy which also blanks out the user name.
Question by:art_IT
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    I have used the article your referencing to create my original CMAK connectoid and to attempt to troubleshoot it. I have set up the file the way it recommends and still get the username of the last person logging remembered.
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    This issue turned out to be caused by having a partial VPN connectoid on the computer image we were using. When I deleted this VPN connectoid and did a fresh install of the VPN connectoid the connectoid worked correctly.
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