Outlook Web app keeps caching login credentials

When I use Outlook Web App 2010 it caches my credentials, so it signs me in automatically even though I log off from my previous session.  How can I prevent this from happening? I want to input credentials each time I log in.  Thanks
gloyola1Asked:
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Luis MouraCommented:
Did you check internet optiond, to see if its saving passwords?
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Shweta GoelCommented:
Hi,

Firstly you need to check the type of Authentication you used for OWA. Integrated Authentication allows you to automatically logon to Outlook Web App where as Basic Authentication shows password prompt.
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gloyola1Author Commented:
Authentication type was the issue.  My workaround was to use Firefox it prompts me for credentials.  Thanks
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