How can I fill my user name and password into Bitcasa and then logout using the microsoft mmc console.

Good evening experts,
I am in the process of creating an mmc taskpad view for all of my Bitcasa Logons. I know that when you start to type the user name in it is already cached in unless you have reset your settings in one of the browsers ( Ie, Opera, Chrome, Firefox).  I want to override this feature or ignore it my running a command that sees the user name and password boxes empty. I don't even know if it possible, but I am of the mind that if it can be thought of it should be doable. All things being equal , it will depend upon the amount of effort one wants to put into such an endeavor. if it is complex and time consuming , then I will simply use my mmc to log onto my various Bitcasa accounts and others.

Here is a picture of what I want ( before  and after):



I thought the MMC below would at least populate the user name.

I haven't even tackled the password field.

any thoughts on either: vbscript, command line file, passing parms, etc...????
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
Is usage of Keypass allowed? It can store url, username, password and has auto type functionality.
BLACK THANOSAuthor Commented:
Administrator , Your thoughts on this being a permissible subject matter to discuss??? If I were to use Keypass, this question would be moot, but I dont know if we are breaking the rules by discussing it.

advise please,
BLACK THANOSAuthor Commented:
thank you kindly
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
For what it's worth: you can use keypass to generate decent passwords as well. If that's no solution for you, you could consider the Firefox Selenium plugin as well. You can define and run test cases like opening webpages, focussing on fields, typing text, pressing buttons etc.
BLACK THANOSAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the suggestion. All information is valuable , but I was thinking more on the lines of a script (vbs, perl, wsh, etc...) that would do the trick.
Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:

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BLACK THANOSAuthor Commented:
Thanks I will give it a try. Perhaps creating my own script may be a bit too time consuming . I will look at your third party suggestions.
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