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I have a website which has a password protected area of content. This content can by accessed by a number of employees of a subscribing company. For example, The Acme Widget Co. has 100 employees, each signing in with an individual company email address and password.
The Acme company have asked if there's a way of allowing their employees access to the protected area without logging in. I am assuming that they wish to do this on fixed in-house and mobile devices.
The website is Linux/Apache/PHP/MySQL.
Can anyone suggest a way of doing this please? Or even if this is possible
- Is the problem the process of logging in, or is it the sharing of the single credentials? If it is the latter, you could implement a registration process that allows registrations only for users that can verify that they have control of a email address at the company's domain.
- @stephenOstermiller. It seems that the company find that having users log in to the site a barrier to the site usage. They feel that if the users did not have to log in then the take-up among the users would increase. The problem therefore seems to be as you posted 'the process of logging in'..