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Autologin or something like it.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by carock, Jun 11, 2003.

  1. carock

    carock Well-Known Member

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    Is there a way to craft the address link, or use something else so that a person can get to their Cpanel page without typing both username and password?

    I tried username@cpanel.server.com:2082 but that didn't work.

    Thanks,
    Chuck

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    Code:
    http://username:password@domain.com:2082/
    
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    carock Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, that worked great. I wish there was a way to do that with https... :rolleyes:

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    carock Well-Known Member

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    OK, it didn't work for me the first time. It did this time.

    I thought the URL would be encrypted because it's SSL, and the server wouldn't be able to determine anything typed in the URL.

    Isn't that the reason each SSL host has to have a unique IP? Because the server can't tell what domain was typed in the URL to do NameVirtualHost.

    Thanks for the help.

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    NetPublicist Well-Known Member

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    It works in every version of Windows, except for XP.
     
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    It's not winXP - it was an IE patch to prevent using username and passwords in the URL
    I run win98/win2k and winXP - doesn't work on any of them
     
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    Hi,

    There is a .reg fix that will allow you to do that. I have the .reg file if anyone needs it.

    Regards,

    elenlace
     
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    For those who use https://root:PASSWORD@IP:2083 and have downloaded the latest IE fix from MS you will notice it no longer works. You get an syntax error. Here is the fix to remove the block.


    Copy and paste this into a text file:

    save the text file as:

    Enable username&password in IE.reg

    then click on the file, and choose yes to import it into your registry. This will disable the MS update.
     
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