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IIS 6.0 intranet single sign-on

I am running IIS on Windows 2K machine with a SSL and Intergrated Windows authorization selected.  When using IE 7.0, I am prompt with an IIS user and password box that I do not want to appear.  I would like to configure IIS to allow the users that have already been authenticate via active directory when they logged onto their p.c. to automatically log on with out the prompt.  However, when connecting from a public machine I would like for them to be prompt with the IIS logon screen.

How can I get this single log-on process to take place?  I have even tried to use Basic authentication only since I have a SSL and it still prompts with the dialogue box.
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rar3zCommented:
This is a setup in the client site. You can configure your IE to send user credentials instead of a pop up window. This is in Tools > Internet Options > Secirity (tab) > Custom Levels > (scroll to botoom) > You should see something like the picture..




loginUsingWindowsCredentials.jpg
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mobotAuthor Commented:
How does it determine if you on the Intranet or not?  Because I change the setting and I was still prompt.
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mobotAuthor Commented:
Is there a way to set up this setting in Group Policy, I tried but it did not work.
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