"That should be easy. You develop cross-browser anyway. Right?"Well, yes and no.
Browser settings are another creature altogether, and when you're working with Kerberos authentication, browser settings are critical to:
- pass the users credentials without prompting him or her to sign in (single sign-on) and
- allow impersonation and delegation of users credentials from the web server to the database server (double hop).
FireFox Settings - Cheat Sheet
There are 5 settings you need to change, all accessible when you type about:config in the address bar:
Piece of cake.
Now for the hard part: figuring out how to change the FireFox settings for your thousands of users...