I'm having a problem trying to find a solution to this problem:
I have two web servers. One is using Apache (server1) and the other is using INETS (server2). I first logon to server1 using Apache's basic authentication. This opens up a frameset. The top frame has a HTML page from server1 and the bottom frame serves a page from server2. The problem is that server2 requires a user name and password (the same user name and password which was used to logon to server1) to logon to its site.
How do I bypass the basic authentication on the INETS (server2) server. I don't want the login box to appear. I cannot use the allow directive because I will not know the IP address of the client (or any other details for that matter).
I have tried using the <a href="http://username:password:port/dir">http://username:password:port/dir <<a href="http://username:password:port/dir">http://username:password:port/dir> but I have Java applets on the pages which I require from server2 and they wont load when I use this method.