Click here to Skip to main content
       

Sharepoint

 
GeneralRe: How to catch the event using object model in sharepoint? Pinmembersai.201210-Dec-12 4:46 
GeneralRe: How to catch the event using object model in sharepoint? Pinmemberihoecken10-Dec-12 21:54 
QuestionDocumentset???????????? Pinmembersai.20127-Dec-12 8:37 
AnswerRe: Documentset???????????? Pinmemberihoecken9-Dec-12 3:48 
GeneralRe: Documentset???????????? Pinmembersai.201210-Dec-12 3:03 
Questionsoftware And Hardware Requirements For SharePoint. Pinmembersamhrishi29-Nov-12 23:41 
AnswerRe: software And Hardware Requirements For SharePoint. Pinmemberihoecken2-Dec-12 21:35 
QuestionUsers Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmembereparcey29-Nov-12 8:24 
This is my first question on the forum so feel free to move/delete/refer as necessary.
 
What's happening is that when you access our new Sharepoint site in our head office, and your security settings are correct, you are prompted to log in once when you open the site and then you can continue on opening other pages and documents with no additional requests for credentials. Totally normal.
Now, if you use an identical computer in another office in a different city (so we have the same credentials, OS, security settings), you are periodically and seemingly randomly asked to log in multiple times while browsing the site. In some cases, you will have to enter your credentials 10 times, one right after the other, before you can continue viewing a page or opening a document. It is extremely disruptive.
Also, if you take that same, identical computer home or to a hotel and try to log on to our Sharepoint site, you'll have no problems. It's like you never left the office. You'll be prompted to log in once when you enter the site and then you won't see the login prompt again.
 
The Sharepoint machines are located in our head office and the remote offices access the Sharepoint site through a VPN tunnel. The remote office can ping both the main Sharepoint site as well as the the domain controller with no problem.
 
Has anyone even encountered this problem before? Any and all suggestions will be very welcome!
AnswerRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmemberihoecken2-Dec-12 21:37 
GeneralRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmembereparcey3-Dec-12 9:25 
AnswerRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmemberihoecken3-Dec-12 22:36 
GeneralRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmembereparcey11-Dec-12 5:54 
GeneralRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmemberihoecken11-Dec-12 6:11 
GeneralRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmemberihoecken11-Dec-12 6:19 
GeneralRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmembereparcey11-Dec-12 10:48 
GeneralRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmemberihoecken12-Dec-12 21:21 
AnswerRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmembereparcey28-Feb-13 7:17 
GeneralRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 Pinmemberihoecken28-Feb-13 21:15 
GeneralRe: Users Get Multiple Login Prompts on Sharepoint 2010 PinmemberPathachiever7-Dec-12 6:19 
QuestionHow to implement themes based on User in Sharepoint 2010 Pinmemberbalaji101022-Nov-12 1:15 
AnswerRe: How to implement themes based on User in Sharepoint 2010 PinmemberPiyushBha26-Nov-12 18:49 
QuestionReservation Webpart error PinmemberMember 960433020-Nov-12 1:43 
AnswerRe: Reservation Webpart error Pinmemberihoecken20-Nov-12 2:13 
GeneralRe: Reservation Webpart error PinmemberMember 960433020-Nov-12 2:22 
AnswerRe: Reservation Webpart error Pinmemberihoecken20-Nov-12 2:29 

General General    News News    Suggestion Suggestion    Question Question    Bug Bug    Answer Answer    Joke Joke    Rant Rant    Admin Admin   

Use Ctrl+Left/Right to switch messages, Ctrl+Up/Down to switch threads, Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right to switch pages.


Advertise | Privacy | Mobile
Web02 | 2.8.140922.1 | Last Updated 18 Sep 2014
Copyright © CodeProject, 1999-2014
All Rights Reserved. Terms of Service
Layout: fixed | fluid