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Username/Password without asking for Domain

Username/Password without asking for Domain

Username/Password without asking for Domain

I have a IIS instance on a server that is connected to a domain, but not a BDC or a PDC. I have set up permissions on a site for a single user to access. I have allowed only Basic Authentication and NT Challenge Response, Anonymous is not allowed. Under Basic Authentication I have tried setting the Defaul Domain to be the server and also tried to set it to the domain it is in. Either way I still get IE asking for a domain when I log on to the website. Netscape does not do this.

What am I forgetting?

RE: Username/Password without asking for Domain

If possible, remove the microsoft client from the station trying to login. If the remote station has the MS client on it and you have NT Challange/Response setup, it will ask for a domain.

RE: Username/Password without asking for Domain

Do you need the challenge/response? Without that, you will not get prompted.

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