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Old 05-17-2005, 08:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have some applications on our Intranet that I'd like to be able to view on our BB's.
However, I can't seem to log in to the Intranet server (running IIS). I've tried using domain_name/user_name and password, but it does not work. How do I get logged in to our servers?
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Are your intranet apps dependant on Windows Security? Can you log onto the apps from a web browser on the BES server? (I am assuming you have a BES server). Add some anonymous access to one of the apps and see what happens then.

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Yes, I can get to the intranet site from the BES. And yes, it is dependant on windows security.

Thanks for the info, I'll try the anonymous access next to see what happens.
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For me, fubar service books preented me from accessing the corp LAN through the MDS. I don't know which one did it, but it was a PITA to fix. The poor support guy at Tmo didn't grok a word I said, I think...
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I have a similar problem. All of our intranet sites use NTLM to ensure that you can view them. When trying to access them on the BB the user is prompted to input the user ID, password. Is there a way to avoid that?
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The strange problem we often have is that we have to restart MDS on the BES server every once in a while for it to get our intranet servers, but the Internet ones keep working.
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For me, fubar service books preented me from accessing the corp LAN through the MDS. I don't know which one did it, but it was a PITA to fix. The poor support guy at Tmo didn't grok a word I said, I think...
Ah! I am having intranet access problems. Could I trouble you to provide more details? The guys at SingTel and my BES admin in Amsterdam are stumped.
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