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I know that we can allow Firefox to allow passing through of Windows credentials by editing the following about:config settings

--If using Kerberos--

--If using NTLM--

and in Chrome by adding a command line switch


However, these are both difficult to manage in a company wide setting. Does anyone have any good solutions to this problem?

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Not sure of your environment setup, but this can be handled with Group Policies. Chrome and Chromium both support the AuthServerWhitelist from GPO.

More information and a template for Chrome GPO's can be found here:

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protected by Tom O'Connor Jan 8 '14 at 14:58

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