Password Required for PWA/Project Professional


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SteveP

Good Morning

We have an Admin to Project Professional that 3-4 months ago could
launch Project Pro or PWA and was not required to login. Although our
Team does not be believe we changed any settings, this Admin is now
required to use a password each time they login to Project Pro/PWA.
They have local Admin permissions to the server, and the Project
Server Permissions are the same as myself and another Admin (neither
of us have to use a password). Even our end users of PWA only are not
required to use a password.

Any thought on why this changed or how to fix it?

We are using Project Professional 2007 SP1 and PWA

(We are in the process of installing SP2, but continue to run into
errors each time we attempt.)

Thanks

Steve
 
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ProjmanZA

Good Morning

We have an Admin to Project Professional that 3-4 months ago could
launch Project Pro or PWA and was not required to login.  Although our
Team does not be believe we changed any settings, this Admin is now
required to use a password each time they login to Project Pro/PWA.
They have local Admin permissions to the server, and the Project
Server Permissions are the same as myself and another Admin (neither
of us have to use a password). Even our end users of PWA only are not
required to use a password.

Any thought on why this changed or how to fix it?

We are using Project Professional 2007 SP1 and PWA

(We are in the process of installing SP2, but continue to run into
errors each time we attempt.)

Thanks

Steve

Have you check IE settings ? Added it to trusted sites, and set the
"Automatic log on with current username and password option" Sometimes
when GPO's are enforced these settings could change. Have you tried
logging in from another users PC ? If that works then we have limited
the problem to the Admins Pc.

Hope it helps.

Andre
 

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