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Windows 7 Not Remembering Saved Network Password

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I have an SBS2008 setup.  Whenever a user from a machine outside the domain connects to the Internal Web Site, they are prompted for network credentials.  No matter how many times I check "Remember my credentials" it continues to prompt.
The correct credentials are being saved in Credential Manager at Enterprise persistance, with or without the preceding DOMAIN\
The website is added to IE's trusted sites and always allowing cookies.
I've even tried renaming the local account to the same username/password.
The password prompt returns whenever IE is closed.
Joining to the domain is not an option.
Any ideas?
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Try adding to local intranet sites rather than trusted sites and ensure that under custom level for local intranet that "access data sources across domains"  is enabled.
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