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Some users are required to enter a username/password/domain, why?

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Rod
We've just released out second major ASP.NET application this week. It uses
Crystal Reports for .NET. We use forms authentication with Active
Directory, to authenticate the user against.

We have it so that when it goes to the Crystal Report is has those icons
which the user can click to print the report. If they do, then it generates
the PDF file and serves it up to the browser.

That's all fine and good, but there is a problem. And what makes it worse
is that it isn't universal. For some users, when they click on the print
button, they are giving a Windows login popup form asking for their
username, password and domain. However, other users aren't asked that
question at all.

Why is that? What's going on here?

Rod
Nov 21 '05 #1
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