IIS 6 on Windows 2003 Server

Posted on 2012-08-15
Last Modified: 2012-08-16
I have IIS6 on a Windows 2003 Server. Is there a way to have IIS read the users login from their workstation to bypass them having to enter login credentials to access a specific website?
Question by:jmillsapps
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    Assisted Solution

    Open the properties of the virtual website you're talking about and go to the security tab. Under Authentication an access control select "Edit..". Select and enable "Integrated Windows Authentication". Press OK 2 times. Open command prompt and reset IIS by the following commando: iisreset /nofroce

    Good luck

    Author Comment

    Selected "Integrated Windows Authentication" and reset IIS and it is still prompting for my user domain credentials.
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    Accepted Solution

    Only way around is to use a browser that saves the authentication information.

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