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SharePoint only uses the FedAuth cookie in scenarios where it is necessary, such as ADFS authentication or FBA authentication. In the case of Windows authentication (even claims-based) Windows auth, including NTLM, Kerberos, etc., no FedAuth cookie is necessary. In your case, instead of trying to force a FedAuth cookie where it isn't possible, you should ...


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WSS_KeepSessionAuthenticated is used to keep users sessions authenticated. I believe this actually only present if anonymous access is also enabled. The reason is that by default you would be logged in as the "anon" users and not your account, so instead this is passed in after the first authentication is successful so you don't have to explicitly logon with ...


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The following blog post discusses DNS records required for Active Directory function and includes information on Kerberos: DNS Records that are required for proper functionality of Active Directory Do you have a reverse lookup zone created? Without a reverse lookup zone, only the NetBIOS name of the server will be returned rather than the FQDN, which ...


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Unfortunately, no, this is a client-side browser behavior, not something that can be controlled from your server(s). If the user performs the action once and chooses the "remember these credentials" setting, then it will use the correct credentials next time -- unfortunately, there is no option to just "remember username", without also remembering the ...


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This may point you in the right direction: Using Per-User Identity with Reporting Services and SharePoint



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