Thanks for the reply Erik,
I did some more investigating and tried without the VPN connection. This was successful when NTLM authentication was enabled in the IIS but failed with Kerberos authentication only - leading me to suspect that kerberos authentication is not supported under Qlikview SR3.
Unfortunately our VPN stipulates kerberos authentication so I'm currently upgrading the server to SR6 in the hope that Kerberos support is included.
I'll perform more tests once this is finished and report back.
Please feel free to correct my assumptions if you know otherwise
Indeed it is possible, it is just that NTLM is set by default.
See attached document.
The behavior has not changed for SR6.
Upgrading to SR6 did not help. I can still only access reports in Safari through the VPN, not via the app.
We're using Windows IIS and I'm pretty sure the config is OK given that it all works in Safari on iPad.
It must be something to do with the authentication used by the app. I can connect to the access point and see the list of reports, just not open them.
Is there a webconfig file for the app which I'm not seeing? Or some way to look at it's authentication protocol?
Any advice appreciated (again)