How do you make the username auto-populate in the logon window in IE7?

I have 3 shortcuts on my desktop, to 3 different sites.  When I click on 1 of them, the username auto-populates in log on window with but no password.  Which is what I want, username to be there and have to type in the password.  The other 2 are not like that.  When I click on the shortcuts, the username is not in logon window.  However, when I type the letter "l" in the box, the username appears as a selection to choose.  How can I get the username to stick in the username logon window for the all 3.  I have all 3 sites in "Trusted Sites" and have tried putting the username/password in Users > Manage User Passwords.  I don't want to put the password in the registry.
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libertytaxAsked:
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DonNetwork AdministratorCommented:
you say
"However, when I type the letter "l" in the box, the username appears as a selection to choose"
Are there other selections to choose?
If you start with a different letter does it auto populate with a different username ?
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DonNetwork AdministratorCommented:
Have you looked at your auto complete settings?
 
 

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libertytaxAuthor Commented:
Yes.  We have set that to remember both usernames and prompt to save password.  We have cleared the forms and passwords also.
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libertytaxAuthor Commented:
It looks like the username saves for intergated windows authenication in iis.  The two that don't auto-populate are basic authenication.
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DonNetwork AdministratorCommented:
Does the 2 that wont work for you have more than 1 username that has been used?
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libertytaxAuthor Commented:
It is the same username for all 3 sites.
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