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No, no proxy in place. Because this gui will be used primarily by
people like Me (high privileged admin users), and flat-out blocked to
everyone else, a proxy seemed like overkill.


On 04/20/2012 11:41 AM, Rob Crittenden wrote:
> 
> Are you going through a proxy? They often times mess up Negotiate 
> headers. I've never seen a URI blocked error in the browser.
> 
> The (NULL) user is expected. The first request comes in with no 
> authentication from the browser and this is the server asking "who
> are you?" The next request should include the authentication
> header.
> 
> rob

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