We are not using Unity the way that Cisco would like to see us use it. All of our users that use SA are not logging into a domain at all. The problem is, when they go into SA, it asks them for their login, password, and domain. That's fine, except it keeps asking them every few things they click on. So, they click to search for a subscriber, it asks them for their credentials again, etc. They can click Cancel and everything is fine, but it really is annoying. Is there any way to get around this? I tried switching SAWEB and WEB virtual servers under IIS to use Simple Authentication (like we have done for Exchange's Outlook Web Access), but it then says that the person isn't associated with a Unity Subscriber? <br><br>Any way we can get around this without making those machines part of a domain?<br><br>Sean Eckton<br>BYU<br><br>
No, secruity is a real touchy issue and the admin web pages are specifically locked down such that they don't allow anything other than challange and response authentication via IIS. No clear text or anonymous access allowed.
That said, even in your scenario it should only ask users to authenticate twice. The first time they hit the page and then the first time they hit a page with the media master control on it. After that it should stop asking for that session. If a user hit's cancel when that second authentication comes up (I've seen this many times) it'll keep asking...
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