Sharepoint prompting for credentials

We recently migrated a 2010Foundations SP server to a 2013Standard server.

After the process was completed, we changed the URL from to in the SP Site settings.

However, we are having an issue with accessing the site. I can login on the SP server and access the site under the administrator account without issue, no prompts.

However, I have users that are testing the site and can get past the initial login to After they get access to the site, a secondary pop-up for credentials comes up but trying to connect to, the old address. I can hit cancel and it will go continue through the action, but it will constantly prompt every time I click on something. Have tried this under the administrator account and two different user accounts on the network.

I've added a CNAME record into the DNS for the testsp site.
I have flushed DNS on the machines.


SP Server is on Server 2012 R2. SP 2013 STandard.
SP Server is hosted in a cloud environment with a site-site VPN tunnel running and AD replicated.
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SBSWIZARDAuthor Commented:
I was able to test with Chrome on one user. After the initial login prompt, he never received another prompt when browsing through the site.
Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
Ensure that the site is added to the list of trusted sites in IE settings.
SBSWIZARDAuthor Commented:
I have done that and set the security zone to use currently logged in user credentials.

I don't understand why it is prompting for the old site address?

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Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
Please review this checklist and let me know the outcome;
SBSWIZARDAuthor Commented:
Same issue.

Prompts for old address. Cancel through the prompts. Can access site.
Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
Are there any unpublished assets on your site pages? Images referenced by the masterpage? CSS or JS on the server that might have had permissions tweaked to allow before?

Are you familiar with Fiddler? It's a free tool that could allow you to troubleshoot what is causing the prompts (if indeed it isn't IE related).

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SBSWIZARDAuthor Commented:
Not familiar with Fiddler.

I'll check with our SP consultant as he performed the actual migration.
SBSWIZARDAuthor Commented:
Thanks. There were multiple links that didnt change during the migration. Corrected and no more prompts.
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