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    Quick question - HAP internal

    Will HAP authenticate automatically when user logs into HAP from internal or will it prompt for username?

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    It will prompt unless you can configure ISA/TMG to process the basic auth as integrated auth. HAP+ is more meant for home use, not internal use.

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    Hmm, that's a shame.

    Are there any plans to seperate any of the modules? Ideally a booking system should be able to be used internally.

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    To do this you can:

    Create a separate install of HAP+ in another folder that is used for the booking system and help desk only!

    Set IIS on that site to use Windows Authentication, disable everything else.

    Add AuthMode=Windows in the hapConfig.xml AD element

    On the main site, set the booking system + help desk to point to the new install.


    HAP+ doesn't support Windows Authentication in My Computer, so you will have to use the default one with either forms or basic authentication.

    You may get double logins from home, but inside it should auto authenticate the user

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    I'll give that a try! :-)

    Thanks.

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    Just trying this myself, as wouldn't mind the roombooking (which is done predominantly internally) auto logging in.
    So, got a second instance setup, and changed the IIS to Windows Authentication. Added the line you suggested but it's still asking for username & password.
    have I put the AD Login in the right place?


    <AD AuthMode="Windows" username="administrator" password="" upn="chasetown.internal" studentsgroup="CHA Students">
    <OUs>
    <OU name="CHA Teaching Staff" path="LDAP://OU=CHA,OU=Establishments,DC=chasetown,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
    <OU name="CHA Non-Teaching Staff" path="LDAP://OU=CHA,OU=Establishments,DC=chasetown,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
    <OU name="CHA System Administrators" path="LDAP://OU=CHA,OU=Establishments,DC=chasetown,DC=internal" visibility="Both" />
    </OUs>
    </AD>

    Thanks!

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    That's correct, the rest is done through IIS

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    Thanks, I've obviously done something else wrong. At least you've ruled that out. Ta!

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    Double check that IIS only has the Windows Auth turned on, nothing else.

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    Got it working thanks. I changed the ASP.net configuration Authentication to Windows, which is working. Is that correct thing, I've not opened up/broken anything else I hope!

    Cheers again!
    Gaz

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    Nope that's it. IIS manager should of changed it.

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