We have an application installed in a company that uses Intgrated Windows Authentification and this works great for users.
The company wants to deploy kiosk touch-screens with Vista Home on them and load certain pages on them so that these kiosks automatically boot up into these pages.
On the kiosks our application pops-up a windows authentification login box since it is not recognizing any windows authentificated login.
Is there a way to bypass this say by looking at the IP address (which we can get as a fixed address) or some other method?
I want to avoid installing a second copy of the application just to accommodate these kiosks.
Application is asp.net, vb.net and using IIS6 on Windows 2003 server