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Old 25th January 2010, 03:56 AM
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F12 Sharepoint Authentication

Hello,

Linux newbie running fedora 12 (f12) as desktop PC.

Would like to use FireFox on Linux to log into Sharepoint WSS on Windows Server 2003.

The Windows server normally asks for username & password. Can't get FireFox on Linux to ask me for my credentials. As a result, I can't log into my company's intranet. Need to find way to tell this machine to negotiate with my server, which I think is asking for NTLM.

Any help is appreciated. I'd like to get this running so that I can begin eliminating my [personal] need for Windows.

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