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Support type: Web: SharePoint
Last updated: Sep 23, 2013
Topic ID: 135

Topic Summary

When attempting to access shared documents via SharePoint in Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office will prompt you to login with your username and password. Follow these steps to configure your computer to automatically pass your username and password through to Microsoft Office and log you in to the shared document without prompting.


  1. In Internet Explorer, go to: Tools — Internet Options — Security Tab

    In Internet Explorer, go to: Tools — Internet Options — Security Tab

  2. Click the “Local intranet” icon to select it

    Click the “Local intranet” icon to select it

  3. Click the “Sites” button, then click the “Advanced” button

    Click the “Sites” button, then click the “Advanced” button

  4. Add the following as “Local intranet” sites: https://bussharepoint.santarosa.edu

    Add the following as “Local intranet” sites:

https://bussharepoint.santarosa.edu