Firefox insists on showing a password prompt every time I log on to my companys intranet. IE does not, I believe becuase it has the intranet sites added to a list of trusted sites. While Firefox will remember the username and passwords by filling in the log in prompt the fact that it insists on showing it is incredibly annoying, is there any way to stop this behaviour?
Unfortunatly that hasn't solved it, but thanks for your suggestions so far.
I've narrowed down exactly what in IE is creating this behaviour (of auto login to intranet) - it seems FF either does not have this behaviour included or has it disabled by default (as it's a potential security risk if a desktop is left unlocked).
In IE if you go Tools>Internet Options>Security Tab > Select 'Local Intranet' > Click 'Custom Level' and scroll to the bottom > The 'User Authentification' section allows 4 options:
Anonymous Login - Gives me an 'Access Denied' error when selected Automatic Login only in Intranet Zone (Default) - Allows this auto-login behaviour Automatic logon with current username and password - Same behaviour as above Prompt for username and password - Prompts regardless of whether username and password has been 'remembered' or not
I don't know if that will give anyone any ideas of how to alter Firefoxs settings?
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