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I am using a Mac running OS X 10.9.1, and attempting to log in to a SharePoint 2007 site on a windows domain.

If I use Safari, I access the site (http://mySharePointSite/) and am prompted by the browser for a username and password. I enter 'MYDOMAIN\myUsername' and my password, and am logged in successfully.

If I start a Windows VM, and log in to the domain, then use Internet Explorer, Chrome, or FireFox to access the site, I am prompted by the browser for a username and password. I enter 'MYDOMAIN\myUsername' and my password, and am logged in successfully.

My problem is that if I attempt to access the site from OS X using Chrome or FireFox, I am prompted for my username and password, but entering 'MYDOMAIN\myUsername' and my password does not work - the box simply refreshes and asks me to enter my credentials again, and I am unable to login.

How can I login to this SharePoint 2007 site using Chrome or Firefox on OS X, and what would be preventing it? This does not seem to be a common problem, so I am not sure if the issue is on my side, or on the SharePoint server configuration side.

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Is OSX on the domain in the same way? Can you login without the mydomain prefix? – Raystafarian Jan 3 '14 at 15:27
    
OSX is not on the domain (I didn't realize that was possible, so on the side, I'll investigate that). I can not login without the mydomain prefix, on Windows or OSX. – David Smith Jan 3 '14 at 16:01
    
Logging into the Active Directory server using OSX does not change the behavior. – David Smith Jan 3 '14 at 18:33

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