Automatic login - Active Directory

Member since: 2009

Hi,

i have a Intranet and users should be logged in automatically (AD).

"Anonymous users" in the IIS manager is unchecked but the access is not automatic.

Users have to insert username and password.

Maybe depends on "Authenticated access" ?

There is 4 options:

- Integrated Windows authentication (checked)

- Digest authentication for windows domain servers (unchecked)

- Basic authentication (unchecked)

- .NET Passport authentication (unchecked)

#32895 Sep 23, 2009 7:51
  • Member since: 2007

    Is the setting on the users browser correct then?(allow to send the credentials to the domain)

    You usually need to add the domain to the "local intranet" zone in ie

    #32896 Sep 23, 2009 8:54
  • Member since: 2003

    Hi,


    If your users are using IE then this could be a zone setting issue on the client side.
    Make sure they have the site in the "Intranet Zone", because that's the only zone that has "Automatic logn" set as default.

    /Mikael

    #32897 Sep 23, 2009 8:59
  • Member since: 2009
    #33185 Oct 05, 2009 10:21
  • Member since: 2009

    yes,

    it works fine

    #33186 Oct 05, 2009 10:21
  • Member since: 2005

    Hi Ivan,

    I am trying to do a similar thing for our intranet, may I ask what  role and membership providers you were using to get the users to successfully login using AD - I am currently using the MultiplexingMembershipProvider with my two providers being the ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider and the EPiServerCommonIntegrationMembershipProvider which is seeing the roles ok, but not automaticly logging in the user.  Do I need to be using the WindosMembershipProvider to enable users to auto login if so how can I sync the users with activeDirectory?


     - What athenticaion method are you using in your web.config? Windows or Forms?

    Many thanks for your assistance.

     

     

    #34124 Oct 29, 2009 11:08
  • Member since: 2010

    Upping this thread. Does anyone know the answer to Arnolds question?

     

    Jonas

    #63056 Nov 08, 2012 10:54
  • If using AD only, you'd want the Active Directory membership and role providers and if you want automatic login I think that would imply Windows Authentication.

    That should work, possibly with something like this in place: http://labs.episerver.com/en/Blogs/Johano/Dates/2008/9/Some-ActiveDirectoryRoleProvider-issues/ to fix any kind of mismatch between the logged in identity (possibly "domain\user") and what can be looked up in the membership provider (probably "user").

     

    #63513 Nov 21, 2012 11:06