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dacdacdac





PostPosted: Wed Mar 28 12:15:33 CDT 2007 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE7 back to IE6

I've just uninstalled IE7 with the intention of going back to IE6 to allow
for proper testing against typical environment used by rest of company.
However whenever I visit any company intranet site now I'm always being
prompted by a login dialog box where previously it would always authenticate
me silently behind the scenes.

I've tried everything I can think of including
1. Enabling integrated windows authentication
2. Clearing passwords
3. Chaning security settings
4. Checking certficates

However that blasted dialog box is still there. Does anyone know how to
force IE6 to use integrated windows authentication?

Environment: XP SP2

Internet Explorer66  
 
 
Ludwig





PostPosted: Wed Mar 28 12:15:33 CDT 2007 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE7 back to IE6 Reformatting and reinstalling are the most definite fixes for the residuals
left by IE 7.
Just make sure you back up all your data before doing so.


> I've just uninstalled IE7 with the intention of going back to IE6 to allow
> for proper testing against typical environment used by rest of company.
> However whenever I visit any company intranet site now I'm always being
> prompted by a login dialog box where previously it would always
> authenticate
> me silently behind the scenes.
>
> I've tried everything I can think of including
> 1. Enabling integrated windows authentication
> 2. Clearing passwords
> 3. Chaning security settings
> 4. Checking certficates
>
> However that blasted dialog box is still there. Does anyone know how to
> force IE6 to use integrated windows authentication?
>
> Environment: XP SP2


 
 
Frank





PostPosted: Wed Mar 28 20:26:20 CDT 2007 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE7 back to IE6

> I've just uninstalled IE7 with the intention of going back to IE6 to allow
> for proper testing against typical environment used by rest of company.
> However whenever I visit any company intranet site now I'm always being
> prompted by a login dialog box where previously it would always
> authenticate
> me silently behind the scenes.
>
> I've tried everything I can think of including
> 1. Enabling integrated windows authentication
> 2. Clearing passwords
> 3. Chaning security settings
> 4. Checking certficates
>
> However that blasted dialog box is still there. Does anyone know how to
> force IE6 to use integrated windows authentication?
>
> Environment: XP SP2

Control Panel | Add or Remove Programs
Removing Windows Internet Explorer 7 returns you to IE6.

How to uninstall Internet Explorer 7
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927177

--
Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM
http://www.fjsmjs.com
Answer in newsgroup. Don't expect an answer to email.


 
 
sbarrett





PostPosted: Thu Mar 29 03:38:02 CDT 2007 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE7 back to IE6





> > I've just uninstalled IE7 with the intention of going back to IE6 to allow
> > for proper testing against typical environment used by rest of company.
> > However whenever I visit any company intranet site now I'm always being
> > prompted by a login dialog box where previously it would always
> > authenticate
> > me silently behind the scenes.
> >
> > I've tried everything I can think of including
> > 1. Enabling integrated windows authentication
> > 2. Clearing passwords
> > 3. Chaning security settings
> > 4. Checking certficates
> >
> > However that blasted dialog box is still there. Does anyone know how to
> > force IE6 to use integrated windows authentication?
> >
> > Environment: XP SP2
>
> Control Panel | Add or Remove Programs
> Removing Windows Internet Explorer 7 returns you to IE6.
>
> How to uninstall Internet Explorer 7
> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927177
>
> --

That is what I did. Thanks anyway.
 
 
Don





PostPosted: Thu Mar 29 05:30:21 CDT 2007 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE7 back to IE6 Hi,
I'm not sure if this
> I've tried everything I can think of including
> 1. Enabling integrated windows authentication
means that you've expeerimented with this setting or not, so...
Internet Options> Security> Internet Zone> Custom level> User
Authentication, try different options. You may have to make the same change
to Local Intranet Zone.

Hope this helps,
Don
[MS MVP- IE]



> I've just uninstalled IE7 with the intention of going back to IE6 to allow
> for proper testing against typical environment used by rest of company.
> However whenever I visit any company intranet site now I'm always being
> prompted by a login dialog box where previously it would always
authenticate
> me silently behind the scenes.
>
> I've tried everything I can think of including
> 1. Enabling integrated windows authentication
> 2. Clearing passwords
> 3. Chaning security settings
> 4. Checking certficates
>
> However that blasted dialog box is still there. Does anyone know how to
> force IE6 to use integrated windows authentication?
>
> Environment: XP SP2

 
 
sbarrett





PostPosted: Thu Mar 29 04:40:04 CDT 2007 Top

Internet Explorer / IE >> IE7 back to IE6



> Hi,
> I'm not sure if this
> > I've tried everything I can think of including
> > 1. Enabling integrated windows authentication
> means that you've expeerimented with this setting or not, so...
> Internet Options> Security> Internet Zone> Custom level> User
> Authentication, try different options. You may have to make the same change
> to Local Intranet Zone.
>
> Hope this helps,
> Don
> [MS MVP- IE]
>
I had already tried various combinations but alas to no avail - thanks
anyway. Ah well looks like I'm out of luck...