I have a webpage that I would like to monitor - that is protected by Windows auth. (or Integrated auth.).

How can I provide the login for the website.

I have more than one website on the same server - but logins are not the same for all the websites - so I need to provide the logins pr. monitored website.

Please advise!

Kind regards Karsten Stolten

asked 06 Mar '15, 07:19

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Hi Karsten,

When you're configuring your Web Page Monitor, in the Details menu, select the Test from Console button and the service should ask you for the login information.

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answered 06 Mar '15, 09:17

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Hi Quinn

Thank you for the reply! Is it correctly assumed that the credentials provided when clicking the "Test from Console" button - is then saved with the check - so that It still uses the credentials - even after a reboot?

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answered 06 Mar '15, 13:37

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Yes, the credentials are encrypted and then saved for later use.

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Hi Quinn

Greate! Thanks Again!

/Karsten

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answered 06 Mar '15, 16:42

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