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angel2605
Contributor III
Contributor III

remove credentials accsess point in an application

hello

good afternoon

someone could help me I need to know how to remove the login box in qlikview access point .

explain a little better when I enter the access point to see my applications asks me for a username and password ,there have an application safely and when I open it asks me credentials again I would like to know how I can make it so you do not ask me credentials if I'm already logged in the access point


regards

Thank you


Luis Espinoza


These are the credentials that I want to remove

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Peter_Cammaert

This dialog has nothing to do with logging into the AccessPoint. It is Section Access inside your document that is asking for a local username and password. This is document security, not Windows security or AD security and it will ask you for these credentials every time you open this document. Nothing to be done about that.

As an alternative, you can change Section Access inside the load scirpt of the document to use NTNAME (Windows AD credentials) instead of embedded USERID and PASSWORD. Using AD credentials, you can make use of the standard SSO function and no one will ever ask you for a username or password again.

This doesn't mean that you don't have security in this document anymore, it just means that if you log into Windows, the Windows domain will propagate your credentials to every application that wants to know who you are, including QlikView. Still counts as document-level security, but this time it is transparant.

Best,

Peter

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Peter_Cammaert

This dialog has nothing to do with logging into the AccessPoint. It is Section Access inside your document that is asking for a local username and password. This is document security, not Windows security or AD security and it will ask you for these credentials every time you open this document. Nothing to be done about that.

As an alternative, you can change Section Access inside the load scirpt of the document to use NTNAME (Windows AD credentials) instead of embedded USERID and PASSWORD. Using AD credentials, you can make use of the standard SSO function and no one will ever ask you for a username or password again.

This doesn't mean that you don't have security in this document anymore, it just means that if you log into Windows, the Windows domain will propagate your credentials to every application that wants to know who you are, including QlikView. Still counts as document-level security, but this time it is transparant.

Best,

Peter

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angel2605
Contributor III
Contributor III
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many thanks served me quite your help

excellent afternoon
greetings


Luis Espinoza