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    HAP+ and basic/intergrated auth

    Is there any way we can enable Intergrated & basic Auth for Hap+ 7.9? We are using the my files function which is working well. However some staff are reporting login failures, which could be down to them retyping their username/passwords.

    The rest of our intranet uses Intergrated auth so moving hap to that would remove the logon box completely.

    Are there any options for us?

    Thanks

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    HAP+ is really meant for home use, and a forms logon page is best. V7.4+ onwards supported both Basic and Forms authentication. To enable Basic, you disable Forms in IIS and set authmode="Windows" in the HAPConfig.xml file (AD node)

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