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web outlook website pops up with username and password?

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Ever since I installed the web interface client of citrix on the same server as my exchange server, the web outlook website comes up with a username and password login box. It used to go to a web outlook web page where the user would enter in their username and password but now my users are getting a text box to login. How do I disable the text box login so that when the user goes to the outlook web access website, it goes to the website login page?
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Sounds like the security for the top-level of the site has changed.  Without seeing exactly what login boxes you are talking about it sounds like the users are having to authenticate before they could ever get to the usual OWA login page.  Either change the security back (which may not be conducive for whatever security settings you need for Citrix) or maybe try "Integrated Authentication" on the user's web browser.  If these users are logged in with AD credentials on workstations that are members of your domain (the same domain OWA site/server resides in) you can use integrated authentication.  Place the domain in the "Local Intranet Zone" (*.yourdomain.com) and then find the setting (security settings for Local Intranet) for "User Authentication" and make sure "Automatic logon only in Intranet Zone" is selected.
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