How to remove saved Windows Authentication credentials?

I have a couple websites that use integrated Windows Authentication such as SharePoint for example. My domain name doesnt match the login accounts used with SharePoint so we get prompted for a Windows authentication login.

After checking "Remember this password", whenever I pull up the site it automatically logs me into the website without prompting for the credentials. The problem is I dont want this to happen. I have a few different accounts that I use for various reasons and I want to have the option to enter the credentials immediately.

I tried deleting everything under Browsing history (including passwords) but its still storing the credentials someplace.

Anyone know how to "forget" these credentials? Im using IE 8 if it matters.

Thanks a bunch!

Hello, Tim

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Go to Start, Control Panel, User Accounts, then click Manage Your Network Passwords, and look for the credentials you are referring to, if they are there remove them.

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