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WinRoute has a possibility to authorise users through NTLM. This possibility could be easily used
while browsing web with Internet Explorer. But authorisation could be also needed for other activites.
And not every user runs IE when he/she works with Internet. In my case, users are to login to WinRoute
to work with POP3 (for example) and a lot of them prefers Opera.

So I wish to make script which could authorise user in WinRoute. And run this script at domain user

And the question is: "How can I do this?"

May be there exists a command line program which can do the same as IE does?
Or there exists a library (at C++, java, VB... that doesn't matter) which can do an authorisation
through NTLM?

And may be I don't understand something and this is imposible to do that I want?

Anyway I will be glad to hear any comments!

PS: I have a related question published on this forum (could I ask you to help me there too Smile) t=0&S=c86f5721ad34fc69c1942754230435d6

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Hi, I want make this too, do you know any solution now?
Czech technical support dont know solution, how can I do it.

And sorry for my english Smile

Jan Janecek
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Try google... Once I have found command line utility for fetching web page. This "program" used MSIE to load the URL (first param) and then fetch only text to text file (second param).
I hope, you can use this to auto-login users to KWF. Just set it to fetch "" to windows temporary folder Very Happy

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