Ever waste a LOT of time on something you just KNOW is being controlled by some obscure little check box squirled away on some hidden dialog?
I logged into a local intranet site recently with some test credentials (don’t ask me how). From that point on I could NOT get the site to see me as anything but the test user. I tried resetting the browser, clearing the cache (including the settings that say “username/password”). Nothing worked.
God bless Stack overflow:
It turned out to be in the windows control panel. Nothing to do with the browser really.
- Click Start, Settings, Control Panel, User Accounts.
- Click the Advanced tab.
- Click Manage Passwords.
- Find the entry in the list the corresponds to the site(s) where you’re seeing this behavior. Remove it
Back to work…