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Get rid of IIS login dialog

Posted on 2007-12-07
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I have two machines,
both have win2003, IIS6.0 and Ie7,
both are in workgroup and have same user name and password on local account
both firewall are turned off.

I setup to use Integrated Windows Authentication on IIS to support intranet user.
However, when i enter the url in IE, it ask for the password (user name already display on the dialog)

I'm 100% sure the password for that user on both machine are the same

What else should i setup to get rid of the login dialog?

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by:Ashish Patel
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User should be in same domain not workgroup.
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by:EDDYKT
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i don't have domain here to test
that's why i use workgroup with same user name and password
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by:Ashish Patel
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Then i guess you will always get this username and password dialog.
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by:EDDYKT
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that's what i don't understand.
That uses to work in workgroup environment.
Does it change on win2003 environment but i cannot find any doc to describe this
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by:EDDYKT
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As far as i know, the domain is stored all user in one place.
In workgroup, you need to define all same user and password on each local account to make it work similiar to domain situation
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by:Ashish Patel
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Just wait to see if some other experts have any comments on this.
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John Gates earned 300 total points
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Do you just have integrated windows authentication chosen or do you have basic chosen as well basic authentication should be unchecked if you do not want a prompt.

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by:EDDYKT
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just integrated windows authentication is checked.

One strange thing is

if i do

http://localhost/...
it works
if i do
http://ipaddress/...
it brings up the login prompt

on local machine
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by:EDDYKT
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not anonymous as well
if i check anonymous, everything works but i want integrated windows authentication
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by:John Gates
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how about
http://machinename
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by:Ashish Patel
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Okay so what you do is enter the dns entry in your web site properties with your IP address. This should resolve the issue. Go to IIS, properties of your website and click advance button in directory and enter the IP address entry.
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by:EDDYKT
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>>Okay so what you do is enter the dns entry in your web site properties with your IP address. This should resolve the issue. Go to IIS, properties of your website and click advance button in directory and enter the IP address entry.

no change, dialog shows
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by:Ashish Patel
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Open IIS-> Right click Web Site Properties - > Web Site Tab - > Click Advance button - > Cick Add button -> enter 80 in TCP Port and IP in Host header -> Apply.

This should sovle your issue of
http://ipaddress/
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by:EDDYKT
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I do it on Default web site properties not web site properties beacsue web site properties is dimmed

>>This should sovle your issue of
>>http://ipaddress/
This is not my main problem, i just point is out it is not works even on local machine. My goal is to get rid of login dialog


>>http://machinename
not work even i enter the ip in host file
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by:EDDYKT
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I still cannot make it work on workgroup.
I try several methods.
The ideas here is i have to use workgroup to make it work  because i don't have domain to test.
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