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i am managing an unfamiliar sharepoint 2003 website at the moment.
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1)  I do not see a place to logout with the site.  I have viewed the site in Chrome and IE... no change and no logout drop down or button identified
2)  deleting links to workspaces...
  how do I do that.
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deleted links in the workspace
now all i need is to figure out how to logout...
this is driving me crazy
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Justin Smith earned 500 total points
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You'll have to do something custom, or you can change your settings in IE.

Whatever security zone the site is in, change that zone's settings in IE to "always prompt for authentication".  In theory it would prompt you any time you close the browser.
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