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Nordica

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Hi.
I have a AD domain server and KWF uses the NTLM Authentication to login users to the firewall. That works great but i would also
like to have the possibility to login some users with a script that runs automatically when someone is logging in to the AD server so they will be logged in on the firewall even if they not browse the net.
The reason for this is that some applications uses the http protocol and they only work when the user is logged in to the firewall.. I have searched the forum/kb and did not find anything
that could help me with this issue.

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winkelman

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Not exactly what you ask for, but a possible solution is to put a website (www.amazon.com, or whatever needs 'reaching out' and is certainly not in the local browser cache) in the startup folder/logon script/etc. of those users. After login in this will indeed open a browser, so the user would need to close the browser after login in. That's just one click...
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