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Anonymous sharepoint access externally

Posted on 2013-02-07
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When users visit my sharepoint site externally, they are asked to login with the standard internet prompt to enter credentials.

How can I set sharepoint so that login isn't required but they can still click the top right hand corner and sign in as a different user for elevated privileges?
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Jamie McAllister MVP earned 400 total points
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Please note that anonymous SharePoint access does require the External Connector license (just as your IIS server did!) to legally serve content anonymously.
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That explains a lot. The solution by Jamie is perfect but the reason why I'm prompted to login is because of the lack of an EC license.

Thank you.
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