Integrated Windows Authentication (IWA) with Qlik using Internet Explorer, Chrome and FirefoxArticle Number: 000042375 | Last Modified: 2019/05/06
If you would like to do the reverse -- force for the prompting of the username and password everytime -- then do the opposite of these instructions.
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To achieve SSO solution (IWA)Changes on IE :
Internet Explorer, choose Tools → Internet Options → click the Security tab → click on Trusted sites →and click Custom level... Scroll all the way to bottom under User Authentication and under Logon, select Automatic logon with current user name and password. You may also have to do the same for the "Internet" zone and the "Local Intranet" zone as well.
Step1: Enable IWA
Step2: Add Trusted Site
Google Chrome in Windows will use the Internet Explorer settings
Navigate to the URL about:config in Firefox. Click the I'll be careful, I accept the risk ! button:
In the Search dialog box, search for network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris
Specify any host or domain names, delimited with commas.
Please note that domains can wildcarded by specifying a domain suffix with a dot in front
Testing: Confirm Intranet Automatic Logon works:
As I opened my Intranet site it did not ask me for any password and logged into the site with my windows user
Then I open the QlikSense page: It automatically logs me in NO username password required.
QMC NO changes required:
The authentication of users is done outside of Qlik Sense. This means that Qlik Sense always asks an external system to verify who the user is and if the user can prove it then he pass details to Sense for authorization.
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