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Remove/hide domain field in PNAgent (full online plugin)

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Hello,
I have PNSite configured to Prompt for user credentials, and I restricted domain to single domain, say MYCORP. How do I go about hiding the Domain field in PNAgent (I mean online plugin ;-). Is it doable, if so how, as I have not found any setting in the registry nor in any of the config files that I could achieve this with.

Btw I have no problem achieving this with WebInterface...

Environment
XenApp 5 FP3 on Windows 2008 (32bit), Webinterface 5.4 , Online Plugin Full 12.1.0.30

Thanks in advance
kris
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by:Carl Webster
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That option is not available in a XenApp Services Site.  Just verified it on my WI5.4 server.  Just not there.
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by:arunexp
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You can refer the below link
http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX117817
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by:krzywis
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@arunexp - this is PNSite and not WebInterface... I got it working on WebInterface, so no issue here. It is PNSite and PNAgent I am looking for the solution for.

@CarlWebster - I was worried that it cannot be done in "traditional way"... I will leave this question open for a time being to see if anyone "hacked" this ;-)
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by:Carl Webster
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Since PNAgent uses your Windows credentials, why do you have it prompt?  If you don't have it prompt, it will use their current WIndows login credentials and the user will never have to login.
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by:krzywis
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That's not an option, as client devices are using eDirectory account, whereas XenApp farm is in Active Directory domain (no Novell NDS client installed on the servers)
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by:Carl Webster
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ahhh, gotcha
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krzywis earned 0 total points
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Hello again,

It's been a while since I posted this question, and I am beggining to think that there isn't anyone out there came across a solution to this problem?

Kris
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No solution provided hence closing the question
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