HP Thin Client - how to remove saved user credentials

Tom Skowyrski
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On HP t510 thin client user saved its credentials when logging in into the server using RDP and after that, he has been logging automatically. Right now we want to log in as another user but when we try to do it the saved credentials are being used all the time. Is there a way to get rid of those saved credentials from user account?
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It's running on Windows 7 Embedded
AlexA lack of information provides a lack of a decent solution.

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go into control panel/credentials manager and delete(or edit) the cached account details.

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Hi Alex,
The problem is that I don't have access to Control Panel being logged in as a standard user, only as Administrator and there are no saved\cached credentials.
AlexA lack of information provides a lack of a decent solution.

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Oh, push and hold shift.

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Alex
AlexA lack of information provides a lack of a decent solution.

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On boot up I mean, so push and hold shift, then turn it on, then administrator username and password then clear it.

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Alex
Thank You Alex for Your help but I was able to solve this problem in a different way. I'd created an RDP connection shortcut on user Desktop and after restarting TC I still had to disconnect RDP session that opened automatically and then I used this blank RDP, I typed-in server name I got the option to edit or delete saved credentials so I deleted them. After that, I enabled EWF and restart TC and on next logon, I was asked for credentials. The saved credentials were gone.

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