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    spark configuration

    I've set up a new Openfire server, and it's pulling in only the users I want from Active Directory, which is all good.

    What I want to be able to do is configure spark so that it automatically logs the user in when they've logged on to the machine. Is this achievable, or am I dreaming?

    Cheers all.

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    i'm pretty sure that there is a box that you can tick to auto sign in (on the page where you enter your credentials).

    and it should be possible to run spark at startup/login via a startup script/placing a shortcut in the startup folder

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    I know, but I'd rather it be a single sign on, as it's not something a lot of teachers are going to bother with unless it's done automatically for them.

    I've done some research, and it looks like it's going to be possible.



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