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3/4/09
Original Poster
ntodorov

about: config -> network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris. How to do this in Chrome?

In Firefox "about: config" I can add domains here: network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris. How to do this in Chrome?
 
Thanks
Nik
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agl
3/4/09
agl
NTLM authentication is not available in Chrome, although support for it has just landed in the tree so it's coming.
3/19/09
Original Poster
ntodorov
I can see that NTLM now is working but is there way to do automatic login.
I've just repeating my first question :) for about: config
 
Thanks
Nik
zxlin25
4/17/09
zxlin25
why i type"about:config" the page be blank , i can not see anything。
4/17/09
Original Poster
ntodorov
It is for Firefox, Chrome developers didn't have similar options page or at least I didn't receive answer how to see it yet.
jarauta
10/14/09
jarauta
I'm in the same situation. When network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris will be available?
Thank you
QQFarmer
10/14/09
QQFarmer
Install the latest stable version of Chrome:

10/14/09
Original Poster
ntodorov
I have the latest and? What to do next? no new options or security for this question.
What is the config option?
about: config or
about:config doesn't seems to work.
 
Please help! :) only this keeps me from setting chrome for default browser.
10/15/09
Original Poster
ntodorov
I look all references - nothing that allows adding a domain like I can do
this in Firefox.Do I miss something?
lildunn
1/30/10
lildunn
Has this feature been added yet to the new stable release?
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Google user
3/16/11
Google user
What I understand is... chrome doesn't have separate page for specifying intranet URL for NTLM auto login.
 
It takes its URLs for auto login from Internet Explorer's "Local Intranet" sites list.
 
You can access the same list either from IE or Chrome
 
Chrome > Wrench icon > Options > Under the Hood > "Change Proxy settings" > which opens Internet Options Window
 
in Internet Options Window > Security > Local Intranet > Sites
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