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Citrix Receiver disable save password

Posted on 2015-01-09
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Hi Folks,

We use thin clients with Citrix Receiver 3.4 Enterprise. Users are able to save their passwords when they login. Can i somehow disable that option?

When they save the password, and another user uses the thin clients, citrix logs on automatically with the previous user's user account.

~Henk~
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Most thin clients come with full protection against changes. It reverts to its original (or saved) state every time it's restarted. Not only does that solve your problem, it's also for safety (installed is gone when you reboot).
You don't have this option? (Usually installed for HP's)
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Thanks guys!
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