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    Windows domain support

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    Due to the nature of the web-based applications we write, particularly for our BlackBerry users, anonymous browsing is turned on via IIS. The problem with this is that because BlackBerry devices aren't added to the domain like the machines on our network are, they get prompted a lot to enter their username/password/domain when trying to access these web tools.

    So, the question: What options do I have aside from making them enter their information every time? It's not a huge inconvenience but it'd be preferable if there was a way to have the BB automatically pass the user's credentials, or somehow pretend to be added to the domain.

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    Re: Windows domain support

    Correction: Anonymous browsing is turned off, not on.

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    Re: Windows domain support

    I do not see any other way to do it than have them enter there info every time. Try Opera, it might help.

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