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A not-well-documented easter egg is to locate your acsbundle.jar file and run the following from command line:
java -jar acsbundle.jar /plugin=maint /clearpwcaches /killdaemon
(could be scripted also)
So this only leave me with option 1 that is almost equal to restarting the PC.
Option 2 and 3 are not possible due to restrictions.
1. Use shared credentials
2. Use default user name to prompt once for each system (this is the default)
3. Prompt for user name and password every time
4. Use Kerberos authentication; do not prompt
The option chosen will determine how ACS caches credentials for future connections. The option you choose should be chosen thoughtfully based on how a particular ACS session will be used. In the reported case, you basically had multiple users sharing the same ACS session. There are multiple ways to resolve the issue.
Option 1: Log the user out of the PC session and log back in. This will reset any saved credentials.
Option 2: Set all partitions to ???Prompt for user name and password every time".
Option 3: Select the option from the main GUI Tools->Reset for Maintenance.
Since the options currently available meet the requirement, the requested idea is being declined.
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