Which web browsers provide the best user experience with Content Gateway? Not all web browsers fully support transparent user authentication.
The following table indicates how a browser responds to an authentication request when Integrated Windows Authentication IWA is configured in version 8. Performs transparent authentication v34, 35, 38 tested. Falls back to NTLM and prompts for credentials v5. Mac OS X. Falls back to NTLM and prompts for credentials v38 tested. Falls back to NTLM and prompts for credentials v20 tested.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux, update 6. When prompted for credentials, if the user does not enter a domain name, a "session timeout" error can result, or the user may be re-prompted.
The suggested solution with network. Then I tried the same in network.
I modified signon. When I sign out of the page, it takes me to a sign-in screen, where I'm instantly logged in again.
User Agent: Mozilla/ (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X ; rv) Gecko/ Firefox/ Build ID: Steps to reproduce: We have internal. For Kerberos and NTLM authentication, the PingFederate IWA Adapter utilizes the SPNEGO Internet Explorer; Mozilla Firefox; Google Chrome; Apple Safari Windows 7/8; Mac OS X ; iOS (Safari and Chrome).
But I can live with that. Change network.
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When accessing the relevant site you need to make sure you run Firefox as the Windows user you want to log on as. After the config page loads, in the filter box type: network. You should see a search result of network. You may need to restart Firefox for changes to take effect. James P James P 8, 5 5 gold badges 34 34 silver badges 48 48 bronze badges. Oct 14, at PM 4 Views.
We've altered Firefox's parameters network. An official support ticket yielded "We don't support non-IE browsers".
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