When accessing the system administration for Unity (at http://servername/saweb, the page is grabbing the user id and security token of the workstation accessing the page. This is really complicating remote administration where we are working from a network not connected to the one we are administrating. Is there any way to turn this off so that it will simply prompt for the login credentials?<br><br>
This is an IE setting... Unity's SA page requires authenticated access only so whatever IE is setup to do in that case applies. By default it'll pass in the credentials of the user logged in (if possible). You can configure IE to always prompt for login under the Tools | Internet Options dialog on the security tab. Under "custom" all the way down at the bottom is a radio button option for "Prompt for user name and password"
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