What does "Anonymous Authentication" on IIS for QvAjaxZfc really mean?
I have a small question regarding to enabling this.What are the security risks?
The reason why I am asking is because I am currently trying to make the Qlikview for iPhone application iOS connect to my access point.
1. When this option is disabled, I get "Error Contacting Server".
2. When I enable the "Anonymous Authentication" option, I am able to sign into my access points fine. Looking around the forums (and getting help) I noticed that this is one of the options you must have enabled for this to work.
(There are no firewalls/ports blocking this as I have already check with my network team).
"For this you need to have session Cal.Still you want it to be secure for users you can add in url userid=<USERID>"
I see that I am not using session CALS for this- would not applying this make it unsecure? Where would I add in url userid=<USERID> ? "Say if you using ajax then its fine to say Anonymous=true"
I am using ajax- thank you. I was wondering if setting this to anonymous brings any security concerns (example: chances of getting hacked). What kind of information does qlikview ajax hold? (even though you say setting this to true is good news..which means I am close to fixing my situation)
Below seems to be the official set up to get my access point connected to the ios iphone app (doesnt mention what you linked me - but i thank you for it).