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  Asked By: Travon    Date: Nov 29    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 3867

when user access sharepoint site SPS give user prompt. If user does
not have access rights the prompt keep asking / keep prompting until
and unless shutdown process from task manager.

is there any way to customized login prompt and cancel the prompt on
single click.



6 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Kyla Eckert     Answered On: Nov 29

In SPS 2003 (WSS v2), the user  was prompted three times before being
redirected to either the Access Denied page or the Request Access page.
If you are seeing more than three prompts, there is something else wrong
in your environment.

Answer #2    Answered By: Alisha Holmes     Answered On: Nov 29

When I've seen this problem in v2 it was because the user  didn't have
access to the "request access  page" either, so they would continue
getting prompted. The OP should see if that's what page they're trying
to get to after the third prompt. If so, the fix is to make sure that
page is accessible anonymously. Unfortunately I can't remember how to
that off the top of my head.

Answer #3    Answered By: Alexis Ellis     Answered On: Nov 29

Thanks for your information. but i do not want to give access  to
user on particular site. by enabling anonymously access user  can
access the webiste.

if user do have access it should prompt  and prompt cancel  after
cancel it either by 2 time or 3 times click. of just give  an error
page if user do not have access to certian site.

is this possible or any solution.

Answer #4    Answered By: Percy Beach     Answered On: Nov 29

Except that the problem is that the error page needs anonymous access
to display correctly. That's probably why you're getting the prompts
is because that particular page cannot authenticate the user.

Answer #5    Answered By: Mary Adams     Answered On: Nov 29

I've also found that that is a result of not having
the virtual server added to your trusted sites list
within IE.

Answer #6    Answered By: Kundan Jambhale     Answered On: Nov 29

I have also seen similar issues with this when proxies are used internally.
Depending on what authentication types the proxy allows to pass through. If you
want to troubleshoot this and are using proxies in your internal network, you
can go into IE and enter this site  address to “Bypass the proxy server”. If
it bypasses the proxy and the problem goes away, you are pretty much 95% the
proxy may be the culprit..

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