Configuring Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome

As the configuration of Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome is based on the Internet options in Microsoft Windows, the steps are the same as the ones in the configuration of Microsoft Internet Explorer:

  1. Start Internet Explorer.
  2. Open the Tools > Internet options menu.
  3. In the Security tab, under Local Intranet, click on the Sites button, then on Advanced.
  4. Add the website https://firewall_serial_number.dns_domain to the zone ( in the example).
  5. Ensure that the option Require server verification (https:) for all sites in this zone has been selected.

  1. Confirm and go back to the Tools > Internet options menu > Security tab.
  2. In the Local Intranet zone, click on the Custom level button.
  3. Under Settings > User authentication > Logon, check that the option Automatic logon only in Intranet zone has been selected.
  4. Confirm the configuration.
  5. In the Tools > Internet options menu > Advanced tab > Settings > Security section, check that the option Enable Integrated Windows Authentication* has been selected.
  6. Confirm the configuration of Internet options.


If you are accessing the Internet via a proxy, set up an exception for the firewall:

  1. In the Tools > Internet options menu > Connections tab, click on LAN settings.
  2. Select the option Use a proxy server for your LAN (These settings will not apply to dial-up or VPN connections) then click on Advanced.
  3. In the Exceptions field, add https://firewall_serial_number.dns_domain (e.g.: "").