I want to be really clear about this problem because I've seen the same question posted elsewhere with 50 answers that have nothing to do with the question. I am running a server that has a shared "users" folder. When a user (on an XP Pro machine) logs into the share, the user is asked his/her username and password. This is perfect. However, that username and password are stored until the user logs out or restarts the PC. As I have many users of that PC (it's in a classroom), I do NOT want the username and password stored when the user closes the window into that server share. The next user who wants to use that share should be able to enter his/her username and password WITHOUT having to logout of the PC or restart it. On Mac clients, this is not a problem as there is a "disconnect" button that accomplishes this instantly. How do I make Windows forget the username and password as soon as the share window is closed? Thanks.