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MVC 4 login in page

Posted on 2014-03-02
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I have a login page that is using the standard out of the box Account Controllers/Models/Views for logging in.

In testing I entered a name and password and saved it to the attached localdb.  Now whenever I log in that name appears in the username and password fields.

How do I get this form to clear each time a user clicks login.  I have checked the database UserProfile table and deleted this user, but it continues to popup each time.  Where else is this stored.  

Thanks for your help.
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What you see if what your browser is caching.
You can get rid of it all by clearing the browser cache and history.
Browsers have different ways to clear cache and delete history; In IE, you can go tools, Internet Options, In the General tab, click on Delete, make sure the Form data is checked then click on Delete.
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