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Hi - I was just curious when I go to our internal Intranet how to authenticate the AD account?  Currently when I go it prompts for authentication.  I've disabled anonymous and moved NTLM to the top of the Windows authentication but it still pops up.  I'm running PHP 5.3 + IIS 7 with Windows 2008R2.

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Zack
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If you have a choice for Kerberos, then move that to the top.  NTLM will require an extra logon because the client already authenticated to the AD with Kerb.

If there is no choice, simply select Integrated Windows Authentication, but don't force NTLM and it should use the client's ticket.
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Ok will give that a try!
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