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Webbrowser Control: Detect and Reply to Integrated Authentication?

Posted on 2009-07-07
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Objective: I want to automate web login to secure site. Using webbrowser control, need to detect when the Windows integrated authentication login popup occurs so that I can programmatically fill it with preslugged username and password.

I must be way off base with my search terms, can't find anything. Help?
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I finally found the information I was looking for on my own.
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