Last post Aug 28, 2008 01:02 PM by ssg31415926
Aug 27, 2008 01:51 PM|itmanusa|LINK
Hoping someone can help me get a solution with this. Some of my users are trying to access a client web page. If I log in to a machine locally and go to this page, it aks for user name and password. Once I enter those info and login properly, I can go back
to the same page with a new instance of IE, and it will ask me for user name and password again. In Active Directory environment, I login to the same page after entering correct user name and password. If I bring up the same page again with a new IE window,
it lets me go without having to enter user name and password again. What can I do in AD so that the user name and password (authentication) will not be rememberd and will ask for user name password each time I go to that page.
Appreciate any help you can provide.
Aug 28, 2008 01:02 PM|ssg31415926|LINK
How does the application know the user is logged in? Or is that the question you're asking?
What do you mean by a "client web page"?
I can't see how AD is responsible for this behaviour. The only causes I can think of are the application and its method of knowing who's logged in (cookie storage being blocked by group policy, maybe) or some single-signon technology sat on the clients
that is enabled by an Active Directory type login and not by a local login.