Ironport Transparent Proxy and Authentication Realm Single Sign on
I have a single authentication realm set up for all of my users. I have my Ironport WSA in transparent mode using WCCP from my ASA's. Every single user authenticates without a prompt except for one generic user that several workstations use. When they try to go to the internet they get prompted with a dialogue box from IE. If they put in the proper credentials, they can access the internet. I need to find out why they are getting prompted in the first place and that the Single Sign on feature of IE isn't working.
Yes, user is part of the domain and group memberships have been verified. If I do a policy trace for that user, the Ironport returns the correct user group membership and identity policy. And to add some additional information I forgot, if anyone else logs on to that computer it works fine...its just for this user.
Is there something being done specifically with this user account via group policy? Does entering in the generic creds actually work when prompted?
Something we use to go was assign a dummy proxy to different routes to the windows router table as this account was a generic used everywhere account we didn't want it to get to the internet cause we could track it to a specific user so we just didn't allow it period.
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