Edner Junior 1 year ago • updated by Ricardo Pinto 1 year ago • 3
Hello, I have an application installed on a client and when accessing it through the browser, we have to inform the username and password. I don't need to sign in with some credentials, is it possible?
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Yes, you can auto login via browser, but that means passing the username and password on the url, so it's visible.
The url must follow this:
Change the address, username and password, and there you go.
This can be useful on non-Windows devices, but if you're using Windows, than you would way better using the bOS Windows Client.
Hi Ricardo Pinto, thanks for the tip. But I would really like to disable this login option, do you know if it is possible?
Unfortunately I don't think that's possible. It's a security measure, so I don't believe that ComfortClick would be willing to create an anonymous login option in the future.
If you're not willing to show your username and password on the url, probably you can create a specific username and password, different from the administration, with the most basic permission, with a simple password, and use it on the browser. Nonetheless, everyone seeing your url will be able to "steal" that login.
But for now, I think this is the only way.
You can also try to use the memorize the login on the browser, and use the "Remember me" option on the page, to see if it helps.