- The Across Language Server
- Across Standard Components
- Across Access Modes
- Installation Scenarios
- Installation of the Microsoft SQL Server
- Customer Product Key and Product Activation
- Across Server
- crossTerm Server
- crossTank Server
- crossVPN Server
- crossVPN Proxy
- crossAPI SI
- crossTerm Web
- Setting up Across Modes
- Generating crossGrid Certificates
- Creating Generic Softkeys
- Changing the Across Database User
- Defragmenting Database Files
- Running a Backup
- Automatic Client Update
- Windows Authentication
- Reference: Menus in crossAdmin
- crossTank Performance Counter
- SQL Server Optimization
- Integration in Other Programs
- Web-based Components with HTTPS
- E-Mail Transmission in Across
- Integration Into the Network
- Across Support and Across Services
- Across SDK
- The Toolbox: Useful Tools for Across
Prevent Automatic Start of Across
Due to the Windows authentication, Across starts automatically without displaying the login dialog. However, I would now like to log in to Across with a different user. What do I need to do for the login dialog to be displayed again?
Double-click the softkey file of the user with which you would like to log in to Across. In this way, the user will be registered locally, and the login dialog will be displayed. You can log in with the other user.
To re-enable the automatic login to Across without the login dialog, simply delete the newly added user from the login dialog with Remove.
Login does not work
After starting Across, I get an error message that says that the login does not work because a different user is logged on to Windows. What do I need to do for the login to Across to work?
To be able to log in to Across with the Windows authentication, the Windows user for which the Windows authentication is configured in Across must be logged on to Windows. The login to Across fails because a different user is currently logged on to Windows. Therefore, log on to Windows with the correct Windows user. Subsequently, the login to Across will work correctly.