Website authentication does not work through Ironport
I'm having a problem auto-authenticate on a site through our Ironport. Our organisation are customers at an online-library. Their web-adress contains our login-credentials so that we are auto-logged in at their website using a special URL.
Using this link through our ironport does not work. The page is displayed, but we are not logged in, and we are prompted to do so. Bypassing the ironport and using the link works just as it should, so the link is not faulty.
I've tried to make a custom url cathegory and whitelist it, but no difference (and, it's not like the page is blocked in the first place either way). The Ironport is currently running Async OS version: 7.1.3-021
I'm new to the Ironport - just finished a trial - but you might try the following:
If your doing transparent redirections eg. wccp add the website to the wccp access list. If your doing an expilicit proxy add the website to the Proxy Bypass list (under Web Security Manager > Bypass Settings > Proxy Bypass).
How is the WSA deployed are you pointing your browser to the proxy (Explicit) or are you using WCCP Redirection (Transparent). If you would like to bypass the proxy for the site in explicit mode, simply add the site to the bypass settings on your bypass (Internet explorer->Internet Options-> Connections-> Lan settings -> Proxy Server -> Advanced.
If you are doing WCCP, simply add the ip address of the site on the GUI-> Web Security manager-> Bypass settings.
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