Give user the option to save: Tells the user program to display a checkbox that lets the user choose whether Outlook should prompt the user for a password upon each login, or save (“remember”) the password so the user can skip that login step. Within the user program, the instructions displayed with the checkbox explain: “If checked, you will not need to enter your information each time you launch Outlook.” This option is not available in any user package configured to run in Silent mode.
Always save: Tells the user program to not offer the user the choice described above (for Give user the option...). Instead, the screen will display this message: Your password will be saved. You will not need to enter your password each time you launch Outlook.
Never save: Tells the user program to not offer the password choice, and to configure Outlook to always prompt for the user’s password, by default. The user program will display no checkbox or related explanatory text.