I don't use IE myself, so I had to do a bit of reading. It looks like you turn off InPrivate browsing by simply closing the browser window. The next time you start up IE, it would not be a private session.In short, it looks like my theory is wrong. Unless there is some way to force IE to always open in a private session. That's probably a registry change somewhere that I don't know.Hopefully someone smarter than I am will come along.--Peter
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