iPad on a Windows Network

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  1. djack109

    djack109 iPF Noob

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    Is there any way to stop the username/password box comiing up constantly when you browse websites on a windows network

    what the ldap feature for ?
     
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    First off there isn't even enough detail for us to even help you. Are you on a secured wireless network and your sip requires you to enter a username and password?
     
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    I have just bought an iPad for work. I connected to our corporate Wifi no problems. I want to use the device to connect to our Microsoft SharePoint, which I can do, but I keep getting asked for a username and password when I browse different pages. Is there any way to stop this. Can Safari some how remember my username and password so I don't have to keep typing it in.
     
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    make sure safari has cookies enabled and also turn on the password remembering feature. it should ask if you want to remember the username/password for sites.
     

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