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User is prompted with a logonwhen moving from page to page

  Asked By: Candice    Date: Aug 29    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 811

I have users that are prompted to logon on again as they move from
page to page. If you hit cancel the page opens. Any idea what may
becuasing this?

Pc - Win 2000 sp2
Office XP - sp1
Browser - IE 6.0
Rights - author

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20 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Phenil Poriya     Answered On: Aug 29

Could you please explain the condition of your Share point server? I
mean is it a member in the domain or it forms a separate server with
its separate domain.

i am facing the same problem and i did An experiment to check our
server condition .
pls. reply as soon as you can so that i can discuss the problem with
you.

the experiment we did seems to be the solution.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Dante Parsons     Answered On: Aug 29

If your are a Office 2000 user  try installing the Office 2000 users  SR1a(Service
Release 1a) which is available at
http://search.office.microsoft.com/result.aspx?
qu=service+release+1&sh=10&ca=AL&pr=AL&ve=AL
Then check weather u get the same problem.I had the same problem and i did
install SR1a.Please let me know the result.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Luke Davis     Answered On: Aug 29

They are all members of the same Domain that the portal is on. If I give
them coordinator right they do not get have the problem. Also this is not
affecting all users. We have mix of win  95, NT 2000 users.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Daniella Landry     Answered On: Aug 29

This seems to be affecting mainly 2000 users. I have sp2 for 2000, sp1 for
office XP and IE 6 on these work stations. user  do not have local admin
rights, but 2 of them have Domain admin rights.

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Bo Stafford     Answered On: Aug 29

Have you installed any antivirus software on your SharePoint server
box?

 
Answer #6    Answered By: Jocelyn Shelton     Answered On: Aug 29

These are clean installs of office XP with sp1

 
Answer #7    Answered By: Joey Soto     Answered On: Aug 29

Check the IE LAN Auto Config settings. We have run into this same problem
in our environment (W2K SPS Servers and WINNT4 network domains). We
determined that having IE "Automatically detect settings" and "Use automatic
configuration script" turned on, was forcing unnecessary authentication
prompts. Try turning these options off in the browser and see if you still
get prompted.

 
Answer #8    Answered By: Gerard Randall     Answered On: Aug 29

I believe that is it, Thanks. I have seen that before when I installed
portal and did not think about that.

 
Answer #9    Answered By: Audra Mccormick     Answered On: Aug 29

I'm sure they do already!!!!!!!!!!!

 
Answer #10    Answered By: Christina Lewis     Answered On: Aug 29

But, I'd settle for a more stable SharePoint
Portal Server product or at least some hard core information about what /
when Version 2 is going to happen.

 
Answer #11    Answered By: Meaghan Webster     Answered On: Aug 29

Unfortunately nothing is known. With the delay of .NET server I'm
wondering if the release of SPS v2 won't be changed as well. The
original plans were to release a version this year from what was
published.

As SPS relies on lots of Exchange 2000 technology it is probably
interesting to keep an eye on developments in that area.

 
Answer #12    Answered By: Sunny Delacruz     Answered On: Aug 29

Well, One thing before we start drinking. I uncheck those items and went
around checking and we are still getting prompted  to logon. I don't
understand if I give then they have coordinator right it does not happen,
but if reader or author as you moves from page  to page it prompts you. PS.
That is a pretty cool site www.Realbeer.com I will have to talk to the head
of IT about sending out gift be he will give me his credit card.

 
Answer #13    Answered By: .net Guru     Answered On: Aug 29

In all seriousness. What web parts are on the pages you are looking
for? I seem to remember a problem I had early on in my deployment where
we had some of the office XP components installed on the server (such as
the outlook calendar) while the client computer only had office 2000
installed on it.. After removing the Web parts, the problem went away.
If that IS the problem you are having, you might try installing the web
components off of the office XP cd on the client computer and see if you
still have the problem.

 
Answer #14    Answered By: Renata Burt     Answered On: Aug 29

I went and uninstalled web parts that link to office XP and the problem went
away.

 
Answer #15    Answered By: Lazaro Rutledge     Answered On: Aug 29

Where would I find the web components on the CD? Would be with the normal
install?

 
Answer #16    Answered By: Karin Kerr     Answered On: Aug 29

Cool, now you owe ME a beer (grin)... Let me know how it goes.. I'm
interested in your results.

 
Answer #17    Answered By: Vinod Kumar     Answered On: Aug 29

Look for the file owc10.msi located at the root of the cd. If you can't
find it, send me a direct email addy and I'll send it to ya!

 
Answer #18    Answered By: Jeffery Hayes     Answered On: Aug 29

Have you played with it yet? I have beta 3 on my MSDN disks but have yet to
install it...

 
Answer #19    Answered By: Mohini Tiwari     Answered On: Aug 29

I have it running here in a VMWare session. Haven't tested it decently
though as I'm lacking some time.

 
Answer #20    Answered By: Jagjit Phutane     Answered On: Aug 29

Which one's is it affecting then?

 
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