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Disable OWA Exchange 2013 to display last user's username

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Looking to disable OWA 2013 to not show the last logged on user username. I have applied the following setting which didn't seem to fix anything forme.

set-owavirtualdirectory "cas01\owa (Default Web Site)" -logonpagepublicprivateselectionenabled $true

issreset

This did not seem to fix the problem.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Matt
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Its Https connection. It should not store last user name
With above command you have enabled public \ private selection for OWA page.
Disable your IE auto Complete history settings and check

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Disable IE auto complete history settings are you meaning on client side? I was thinking the public / private was not the setting I needed.

Any further assistance would be great.

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Matt
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Yes, I mean auto complete at client side..

I have not seen anywhere that OWA is storing username

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