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How can I get users to access my intranet page on the server without re-typing in their user name and password?

Posted on 2004-10-13
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I'm having an issue with windows 2003 server, I have setup a web page via IIS and am unable to access the page without having to type my user name and password. The weird thing is that there are three images tagged to the page, every time an image is to be loaded it requests the user name and pass again for domain log-in. I've looked at the site template of which does not allow an "Everyone Anonymous" scenario available in Windows 2000 and I do have integrated windows authentication checked within the directory security tab for the properties table of the web page. I need everyone within the company to be redirected to this page but without the need to re-authenticate. Any ideas?
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Check your directory permissions for the virtual directory where the webpage files are and the permissions where the images are located.
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have checked, permissions are correct, evryone has to re-authenticate, i'm stumped
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I have checked the properties about 100 times, should I have a certificate sitting on every box for authentication to this low weight site? Any other suggestions?
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After hours of poking through I assigned the anonymous user account IUSR_"machinename" anonymous rights to the page and everyone now has access to the page.
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