In some environments, users are required to perform actions within the IT Analytics (ITA) console using an account that differs from the account with which they've logged-in to Windows. When using certain browsers, the ITA console automatically logs a user in under the credentials of their Windows session when Windows Authentication is selected at the login screen, preventing the user from supplying alternate credentials.
Release : 2.9.x
Component : Console
When Integrated Windows Authentication is enabled for browsers, users are not presented with a login prompt and can only login to ITA as the logged-on user of their active Windows session. Integrated Windows Authentication enables a client to pass Windows credentials via a browser's authorization header to a site for authentication. This feature is typically enabled for intranet sites and is controlled via Windows' Internet Options control panel.
The following browsers are controlled by this setting:
Microsoft Internet Explorer
To login to the ITA console as a user other than the signed-in user of the active Windows session without modifying the settings in the Internet Options control panel or using an alternate browser (e.g., Firefox), follow this procedure:
Additional information on Integrated Windows Authentication can be found here: