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Can log in be skip is users are already login on their PC when visiting an Intranet site?

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Hi, I have an asp.net application, hosted on a IIS.  It is setup as a site under the default website so to access it is just using the default website url then /sitename.  In the IIS Authentication setting, all are disabled except the Windows Authentication is enabled.  However, when I go to the site in browser, it would ask me to log in even though I'm already log on to the domain when I log into my PC that is on the network domain.  Is there a way to skip this logon if users are already log on?  I think the IIS we're using is IIS 7.
Thank you.
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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the browser runs in a sandbox so you have to login at least once in order to get a cookie (you can make it persistent) and then on subsequent visits you don't need to login
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That's very cool.  The persistent cookie method, is that something I need to implement in my code or can that be set in the browsers?  Thank you.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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done in code can't be initiated by the browser
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Thank you.
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