Re: Integrated WIndows Authentication and IE
From: Charlie (anonymous_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Sun, 22 Aug 2004 10:37:36 -0700
appreciate your response.
I will test it out and revert on the status.
>There is not much you can do on IIS side, but you can do
few things on AD
>side (Group Policy- GP)
>One thing (that does not involve GP) is for users to use
>instead of http://my_site.domain.com. IE should
automatically recognize this
>address ad Local Intranet.
>On AD side, open Group Policy Editor at appropriate level
>level, OU level, ...). Under User configuration open
Windows Settings >
>Internet Explorer Maintenance > Security > Open Security
Zones > click in
>Import the Current Security Zone > Modify Settings >
Click on Local intranet
>> Sites > enter sites.
>For security reasons don't enter here sites that are not
in trusted network
>I hope this helps,
>"Charlie" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> I have created an Intranet website and uses Integrated
>> Authentication to allow domain users who are logged in
to AD to access the
>> Intranet site without being prompted for logon.
>> However, on all the users PC IE settings, I will need
to add the Intranet
>> site via the IE security options in order for users to
access the site
>> without being prompted.
>> Is there any way to do anything via the IIS (but still
>> Windows Authentication) without changing all the PC's
IE settings ?
>> Any help is appreciated and thanks in advance.