My computer and user belonging to the domain, I want to connect to my NTLM-SSO-enabled intranet website
http://intranet without providing a login/password.
How to do it with Mozilla Firefox?
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about:configIn the address bar and press return.
network.automatic. You should see a search result of
network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-urisby double clicking the row and enter the relevent site
This is based on numerous pages I found on the internet, including this Firefox support page
To authenticate Firefox automatically through a proxy (avoiding NTLM prompt), you have to modify 3 parameters.
Add your uris (separate with
,) in the following 3 parameters:
and change it with the URL of your proxy redirection page, like http://myproxy.local
If you do it by script, be careful with the dots (
.) and the dash (
-) in the parameters. This is often the problem.
The suggested solution with network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris was not enough in my case. Then I tried the same in network.negotiate-auth.trusted-uris Now it works.
I modified signon.autologin.proxy to be true (by double-clicking on the preference name) and changed network.negotiate-auth.trusted-uris to timecard.example.com and it's working for me, almost too well. When I sign out of the page, it takes me to a sign-in screen, where I'm instantly logged in again. But I can live with that. What is missing is a way to either (a) add another URI with a single click, or (b) use wildcards, such as *.example.com.
This worked for me:
Change network.automatic-ntlm-auth.allow-non-fqdn to True and signon.autologin.proxy to True
Add yourcompanyname.com in: