|Subject:||Re: 401.2 in Internet Zone with "Automatic Logon only in Intranet Zone"|
|Posted by:||Will Platnick (wplatni…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||13 Nov 2006|
Unfortunately, the easiest way I know of to get around that is to add
the site to the IE Trusted Sites category.
On Nov 13, 9:27 am, "Ian Cox" <Ian1.…@newsgroup.nospam> wrote:
> This may be an IE question rather than an IIS question but I'm not sure so
> here goes...
> In my (intranet) application I have a folder which does not allow anonymous
> access. This allows me to capture the windows login names of my users and
> automatically log them into my app. To cope with the situation where the
> client browser is not correctly configured (e.g. not in intranet zone or
> intranet zone not configured to send details), I am using IIS custom errors
> to redirect the user to a custom error page (which then in turn uses
> with a manual login page).
> This works great except for one case which is where the application appears
> to be in the Internet Zone and the user has the custom level set to
> "Automatic Logon Only in Intranet Zone". In this case the user gets an IE
> window login pop-up.
> I have used Ethereal to trace what is actually being recieved by the client
> and it seems that they are receiving the IIS custom error page but for some
> reason this is causing the browser login pop-up for this case.
> For all other cases they do not get the pop-up (e.g. If I set the Internet
> Zone to anonymous then they end up on the manual login page and if I set it
> to "Automatic Login with Current username and password" then I can detect
> their windows login name and automatically log them in).
> Any ideas how I can get around this?
> Obviously one solution is to configure all the clients, but this is a long
> process as I work for a large company with offices in most countries (many
> of whom have non-standard IT set up).
> Thanks in advance for any help
401.2 in Internet Zone with "Automatic Logon only in Intranet Zone" posted by Ian Cox on Mon, 13 Nov 2006