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Password Pop up on Internet Explorer

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#1 chicaga72


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Posted 16 September 2015 - 03:13 PM

I have a program that runs a script via internet explorer. this script sends a message to a relay. Recently I had to replace this relay and the new relay a Viking RC-4 came with new firmware. now when I run the script it pops up a Log in window which doesnt allow the script to reach the relay. Per the people at viking this password can not be bypassed. So does anyone know a way for IE not to prompt for this and just log in seemlessly ?

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