I have a colleague that has a Windows Peer-To-Peer Network. He has an application such that he has shared network folders where he wants an employee to be able access the shared folder by typing in a password, then some time later, if another employee at the same work center wants to access the same shared network folder, he wants the employee to have to retype the password to gain access to the share.
Currently, Windows is caching the password so the 2nd employee has automatic access to the share.
What do you recommend?
The way I see it, he could:
- log out and log back in for the 2nd employee. I think that will clear the password cache
- Find a way to clear the cached password (I don't know how to do that), perhaps through Windows Scripting Host
I would imagine that since he doesn't have a Server, installing a Windows Server on the network is not really an option.