How to configure GNOME Keyring to by default NOT automatically unlock keyrings whenever logged in, on Debian?
On a Debian Buster system I use, the password for connecting to a VPN is stored in the GNOME Keyring. Therefore, whenever I want to connect to the VPN in question, I get prompted to unlock my keyring. This is unproblematic.
However, that dialog has a checkbox "Automatically unlock this keyring whenever I'm logged in", which defaults to being checked.
I don't want that, so every time, I have to go out of my way to uncheck it.
I'm finding plenty of suggestions on how to unlock the keyring automatically and immediately upon login (for example, using libpam-gnome-keyring), but I want the opposite.
How can I configure the system to default to not automatically unlock the keyring whenever I'm logged in?