We have a Windows Server 2003 used for distributing data to a digital signage system (Scala). Part of this process is an Excel-file using an Add-In to collect this data from another server. This job is set up as a scheduled task.
However, the external site requests username and password. This is prompted when Excel starts up (the Add-in).
How can I set the settings on the windows server so that username and password is remembered? I am quite sure the settings in Excel is correct and that it is server settings that clear out login-data.
Does the add-in is one that come with the Scala's system ? Such plug-in have strict behavor and I would recommand to ask the Scala's vendor in that case. (I have in mind if the login is the Scala's system login or a PLC's/automate login). The server can
remember kerberos username/password for SMB share, but when it come to Scala's system, it's all handled by those API.
MCP | MCTS 70-236: Exchange Server 2007, Configuring
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