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It seems silly but I'm stumped after tearing up all the configuration options and researching. I can't find any way to prevent users having to log in via Sonicwall web authentication in addition to authenticating to wifi as well. Hoping someone else has seen this. Thanks!

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Does the firewall rule allowing access to the Internet from your Wireless zone have a user requirement? It should be set to any, to allow unauthenticated users to access the Internet.

On a somewhat related note, are you attempting to use a Single Sign On agent? You could alternately be having a problem with SSO requests getting blocked.

--Christopher Karel

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No restrictions between WLAN and WAN zones. No SSO methods involved, standard wifi authentication. – PMGoldstein Mar 30 '11 at 17:58

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