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Is there any way to keep an iPhone user authenticated against Kerio Connect for, say, a period of time?

It seems my users must re-authnticate each time they return to the LAN.

iOS can remember their password.

But they must go to Safari, click on a new website, get the password prompt and enter the password each time they return to the LAN.

I do not want the admin overhead of entering the MAC address of the iPhone into connect. I just want the user to remain authenticated.




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I assume you mean that they're being forced to authenticate with Control each time they return (and not Connect). If that's the case, I'd recommend RADIUS authentication. This will eliminate the need to re-authenticate each time the iPhone user returns to your LAN. See http://kb.kerio.com/1648

This feature was added in October, 2014 to version 8.4.0.

Ken Snyder
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