Last post Feb 09, 2015 08:51 AM by Ricardo Pratti
Mar 08, 2007 11:53 AM|timedman38|LINK
I have seen many posts about this issue, but not with a final answers.
I have tried everything that the previous posts have suggested but with out success.
I have IIS setup for integrated security with anonymous security disabled.
In my web.config file I have
When I try to go to the site it keeps asking for username and password. Is there something that I am missing? I was reading about double hops, would this be the cause and how can I fix it
Thanks in advance.
Mar 08, 2007 12:28 PM|joteke|LINK
Mar 08, 2007 05:11 PM|timedman38|LINK
Mar 09, 2007 11:24 AM|joteke|LINK
I think this KB article might help
Internet Explorer May Prompt You for a Password
Mar 25, 2009 03:23 AM|orphicfireball|LINK
Thanks for the reply joteke,
Yes I have a group assigned to that directory with sufficient rights, and all the users that have access assigned to that group. I can get it to work only if I add the address to the Local Internet sites under the Internet Options and security tab. I have
it working but there has to be another way to get it to work so I would not have to do this on every browser that needs to use this application. Any other Ideas?
I know this is an old post, but since this is the top search result for this problem, I thought I'd provide a clear answer here, now that I've researched the problem for myself. What you are describing is by design:
For Windows Integrated Authentication to work automatically, without prompting the user everytime, "Internet Explorer must consider the requested URL to be on the intranet (local). If the computer name portion
of the requested URL contains periods (such as http://www.microsoft.com and http://10.0.0.1),
Internet Explorer assumes that the requested address exists on the Internet and does not pass any credentials automatically. Addresses without periods (such as http://webserver) are considered to be on the intranet
(local); Internet Explorer passes credentials automatically.
The only exception is addresses included in the Intranet zone in Internet Explorer." (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/258063)
This is exactly the behavior you are describing. I hope this clears up this issue for the many people who will search for this problem in the future.
Mar 25, 2009 03:23 PM|all2neat|LINK
In Internet Explorer... Tools --> Internet Options...--> Security Tab... Click on "Local intranet" and then the Sites button. Click on Advanced.Enter in the website and click on add if it's not in the websites list.. That should fix it.
Feb 09, 2015 08:51 AM|Ricardo Pratti|LINK
For me the problem was solved just opening the IIS 7 or IIS 7.5, -> Authentication click in Windows Authentication and then click in Providers. Move up the NTLM provider (first on the list) and then click ok.