We currently have approx 30 users, 5 of which have their own dedicated machines, and the other 25 share 3 computers(the 3 computers have a generic login). We are running a Win2K3 AD Domain. I have authentication set to BASIC(for ISA purposes), so when a user opens IE, they are prompted for their AD username/password.
Here is what I want to accomplish:
1. For users who have their own dedicated machines, that they NOT have basic authentication on IE for them(pass their AD username/password automagically), and dont have to put in username/password.
2. For any user using the shared computers(which are logged in with a generic username/password), when they open IE, to be prompted for their username/password(basic, WITHOUT "domain\" preferred).
How can I accomplish this? Is it possible, and what settings are necessary to be changed?
From: Detroit, USA
Assign Static Ip Addresses to those users Workstations. Next create a rule to allow those workstations DNS, HTTP HTTPS access to the external network. Make sure they point their DNS to a Resolver, if your internal network name server can not resolve FQDN