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Login Windows in the Accesspoint ??

Hi,
I've 9 SR2 QlikView Enterprise Edition Server (without Publisher) : We are using the Active Directory
I'm surprised becaused when I connect to the Accesspoint (from a computer of the domain, not from the server). I see a login windows which ask to authentificate. Usually, on other systems, the accesspoint recognize me automatically. Do you which options can make that problem ?
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Login Windows in the Accesspoint ??

Thanks for your suggestion,

But that wasn't the problem because QVS and users are on the same domain
In fact I have installed the V9 on IIS. And I didn't notice that the QlikView Web Server was activated. I've shut down IIS, I've added the server url in trusted sites in Internet Explorer for users and now all is ok.

Thanks for your help anyway

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vgutkovsky
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Login Windows in the Accesspoint ??

Are you using IIS or the built-in web server?

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Login Windows in the Accesspoint ??

Hi,

I'm using the IIS version

regards

vgutkovsky
Honored Contributor II

Login Windows in the Accesspoint ??

Well, that's really more of a Windows issue than a QlikView issue. However, this behavior is usually caused by a lack of trust relationship that prohibits auto-authentication. Often this is the case if the server resides on a different subdomain (e.g. clients would be under testdomain.com and server would be under root.testdomain.com). You would then need to put the site in your Local Intranet in IE for it to seamlessly log you in. Go to the Tools --> Internet Options --> Security tab. Click on "Local Intranet" --> Sites --> Advanced. Enter the site(s) here. Unfortunately, this would need to be done client-side (or pushed out to clients through a GPO) unless you change the subdomain that the server is on...

Regards,

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Login Windows in the Accesspoint ??

Thanks for your suggestion,

But that wasn't the problem because QVS and users are on the same domain
In fact I have installed the V9 on IIS. And I didn't notice that the QlikView Web Server was activated. I've shut down IIS, I've added the server url in trusted sites in Internet Explorer for users and now all is ok.

Thanks for your help anyway

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