First, take into account the browser you are using. In case you are using Internet Explorer, go to the Tools menu, Internet Settings, Security. You can add your site to the Intranet, and check on the Custom Level button. There you have User Authentication where you can set when you want to be prompted for user and password or use automatically the curent ones for all sites or only in the intranet.
So now both plugin and accespoint shouldn't prompt for user and password, and they will pass on to the QlikView server the credentials used to log into the computer.
Second, in case you are using another browser than Internet Explorer you will be prompted every time by defult, unless there are some third party plug-ins to automate this process.
Hope this helps.
Hi Miguel Angel,
I'll try your recomendation but as far as I know, the web browser (IE) that's been used already log in with windows authentication because of other web applications that are being used. And still, is asking for the username and password; so, what your recommend me?
In a way to debug, it exists a function that catch the NTNAME of the user that's openning the document?? I've found OSUser() but I dont know if there's another one that works.
thxs in advance
There may be some settings in the IE browser to force it to ask for credentials anyway (so it is our usual configuration). Usually, a site listed in the Intranet sites won't ask for username and password. If the server is not listed in these sites, you will be prompted.
On the other hand, OSUser() is the function QlikView uses to return the current username in the form DOMAIN\Username. QVUser() will return the user that has logged onto the document, which won't be the same if section access doesn't use the NTNAME. A simple text object with OSUser() will return, case sensitive, the logged user.
Hope this helps