Windows 10: IE11 Login to OneDrive persists after deleting cookies etc...

Discus and support IE11 Login to OneDrive persists after deleting cookies etc... in Browsers and Email to solve the problem; I think this is a new bug. I have Win10 ver 1703 Build 15063.413. I have several Microsoft accounts for separate purposes. I'm discovering that unlike... Discussion in 'Browsers and Email' started by cognus, Jun 25, 2017.

  1. cognus Win User

    IE11 Login to OneDrive persists after deleting cookies etc...


    I think this is a new bug.
    I have Win10 ver 1703 Build 15063.413. I have several Microsoft accounts for separate purposes. I'm discovering that unlike in the past, IE11 is maintaining a cookie o some other mean of login despite my efforts to both logout AND delete cookies & temp files. after clearing via 'internet optons' menu in IE I close the app.
    when I rerun, and browse to onedrive.com [clean], I'm immediately logged in to the same account I signed out of.
    when I then sign-out again, it appears to do so & takes me to a different ms page. but open another tab and fresh-type 'onedrive.com' hit enter I'm right back where I signed out of.

    any ideas on how to truly cleanup?
    I can work around it by using Opera or Privvy mode of IE11 but I would rather it do as I command it.

    :)
     
    cognus, Jun 25, 2017
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    daleranspach, Jun 25, 2017
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    Hi Guru, Thanks for your reply IE11 Login to OneDrive persists after deleting cookies etc... :)

    I have deleted browsing history and cookies. When started without add-ons IE11 shows no improvement.

    The page is displayed after 20 seconds. IE11 then freezes and returns control to me after another 30 seconds.
     
    Bison Frames UK, Jun 25, 2017
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  4. cognus Win User

    IE11 Login to OneDrive persists after deleting cookies etc...

    bump please. Found out it isn't just Onedrive. Cannot get IE11 to clear cookies/login data. corrupt folder maybe? where are these stored?
     
    cognus, Jun 27, 2017
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