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Question asked by ZConlen@bellevuewa.gov_cobgis on Jan 9, 2020
Latest reply on Jan 13, 2020 by ZConlen@bellevuewa.gov_cobgis

Hi, I noticed a change in the sign in interface (for authenticating secured services) in the latest version of Explorer (19.1.0). The webmap consumes several services (arcgis server services) that are secured with windows auth, and users must sign in with their network passwords. Previously, the sign in dialog displayed when the map first loaded. Now, instead, there is a dialog that pops up, indicating that layers are secure and it has a botton that says "view". Clicking this, opens the layers interface, and layers are shown with organge warning icons. Clicking one prompts the sign in dialog to display. But in order to load all the layers to the map one must click on each layer in turn. 


Seems like a very simple UI has become a rather cumbersome chore. I'm wondering why this change was made? Especially if there are a lot of layers, this new sign in UI could be pretty tedious.