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  • Thread Starter toftytophat

    (@toftytophat)

    Never mind about this one. I managed to get something working using a script someone else put on here plus a powershell command to enable Anonymous authentication and disable it again after the script runs.

    Thanks
    Luke

    Plugin Author Omar Mir

    (@mirwindsor-omar)

    You shouldn’t need to authenticate – that’s the whole point of the nonce. Weird. Glad you got it working though.

    Plugin Author Omar Mir

    (@mirwindsor-omar)

    Also if you are on Linux (assuming from wget) have you tried using lynx instead of wget?

    Thread Starter toftytophat

    (@toftytophat)

    Hi Omar,
    I’m actually on Windows/IIS. I have setup SSO and disabled all authentication methods except Windows auth, which is why I was getting the authentication problems. I had the wget switches for adding domain credentials, but didn’t have the wget code for running the photo update.
    But with the script to enable and disable basic authentication, it is running well.

    thanks
    Luke

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