I am doing a new implementation of WSA and have problem allowing access for guest users. The WSA authenticates domain users towards AD and as long as the user ahtenticates I can build policies depending on group membership. But I want also unauthenticated users some internet access. This is the policies I´ve built, just for testing
Order 1: Domain admins, member of group Domain Admins. identity: AD. Block one url category just for testing.
Order 2: authenticated users. Identity: AD. Somewhat tweaked policies for testing.
Order 3: "Faild authentications". identity: All. Guest Privileges for users failing authentication. Block most categories.
When I fire up a browser in a non-domain-member-PC I get a login-prompt for username/password. (Can I get rid of that for guests?) and if I Escape out of that authentication I get an "WWW_AUTH_REQUIRED" error message from WSA.
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