You can use your browser Authentication capabilities as an alternative method to log into the WebUser Interface. Click the Auto-Login link on the login page, or point your browser to http://yourserver:port/login/
Your browser may display a dialog box asking you to supply your credentials, or it will use your already activated credentials. The browser then sends a request with these credentials. When the Server verifies and accepts your credentials, a WebUser Session is created and your browser is redirected into that session.
Browser Authentication is more secure if a session is established via a clear-text link, and secure HTTP Authentication methods are enabled and supported in the browser.
Browser Authentication is convenient because the browser remembers the supplied credentials and it will login automatically the next time you direct it to this special URL. If the browser supports the Single Sign-On Authentication (such as GSSAPI/Kerberos and/or client Certificates), this method allows you to log into the WebUser Interface without supplying your credentials again.
Note: it is not recommended to use Browser Authentication on workstations shared by several people (because the browser remembers the supplied credentials), unless the workstation and the Server are configured to use Single Sign-on Authentication (and thus the supplied credentials are always the actual credentials of the current workstation user).