This article explains how to manage login prompts in various web browsers for the Lansweeper Classic web console.
By default, the Lansweeper Classic web console presents you with a login screen. On this screen, you can either log in to Lansweeper with the built-in administrator or with a Windows user account and password. You can log in with a Windows user that exists locally on your Lansweeper server, a Windows user in your Lansweeper server's domain or a Windows user in a trusted domain.
If you enable authentication in your web server settings, the login screen disappears and the login process is handled by your web browser instead. You can have your web browser automatically log you in as your current Windows user or have it present a login prompt.
Whether your browser starts prompting you for a username and password depends on the web browser itself. Some browsers will by default prompt for credentials. Others will by default automatically log into the console as the currently logged on Windows user, a process that is often referred to as Single Sign-On or SSO. To enable or disable web browser login prompts, you will need to make changes to your browser configuration. This article contains configuration instructions for:
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