How to bypass log-in for application on server?

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08-26-2016 09:14 AM
ISP_graynic
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I have an application created in ArcGIS Online and have registered the app.  I have it hosted on one of our web servers and can access the index file in a browser.  When I do, it asks for credentials.  The application is only shared with our organization.  We need to be able to share the application with anyone on our network (regardless of having an account or not), without making the application public in ArcGIS Online.  Can I some how store my credentials so that if anyone on our network goes to the URL for the index file, they won't be prompted for credentials?

Thank you for any help!

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RobertScheitlin__GISP
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Nicholas,

   You should be able to setup a proxy with allowedReferers defined for your network only.

GitHub - Esri/resource-proxy: Proxy files for DotNet, Java and PHP. 

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RobertScheitlin__GISP
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Nicholas,

   You should be able to setup a proxy with allowedReferers defined for your network only.

GitHub - Esri/resource-proxy: Proxy files for DotNet, Java and PHP. 

ISP_graynic
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Thanks Robert.  In this case, would the allowedReferer actually be our network domain, or the web server name?

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RobertScheitlin__GISP
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your fully qualified domain name.

ISP_graynic
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Can an IP address be set up in the proxy (instead of a fqdn), so that anyone trying to access the application from a certain IP address is able to bypass the log-in?  

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RobertScheitlin__GISP
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I have never tried that.

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