Is it possible that kbox uses the credentials of the logged on user to logon?
So instead of browsing to the kbox and getting a logon page, the user automatically gets logged on with his current credentials.
(compare it with sharepoint)

The reason I'm asking is because our end users log tickets, they want it to be as easy as possible. logging on annoys them.
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Frederik,

Feel free to add your vote here:
http://kace.uservoice.com/forums/82699-k1000/suggestions/1299471-active-directory-pass-through-authentication-optio?ref=title

Regards,
Scott
Answered 10/25/2011 by: scottlutz
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  • Hi Scott,
    That's a really glib reply.
    That product request has been outstanding for nearly three years and hasn't even been started yet.
    Why don't you be a little more honest and tell prospective purchasers that Single Sign On is not supported and there is no likelihood that any such support will be introduced in the near/foreseeable future.
    It's just not good enough to make a point to invite product suggestions then blindly ignore what's told.
    This request is more popular than any other and is requested almost twice as much as the next most popular and all we're hearing is stoney silence when it comes to doing anything constructive about it.
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Added 3 votes !

Is there no way we can tweak the underlying webserver? must be apache or somthinh?
Answered 10/25/2011 by: frederik.gevaert
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There is no method or process to modify the underlying webserver. As you can see from the voting channel, it is currently in R&D phase.
Answered 10/25/2011 by: scottlutz
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  • It is marked as "Under Review."
    Which presumably means that someone has been tasked with actively ignoring it as there's been notihng progressive said on this for months/years.
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