Guest users

I was going to search the old archives, as I’m sure this question has been
answered, but the old search function is turned off, so I’ll have to ask
here. How does one go about setting up a guest user that doesn’t need to
log in? I’d like to do something similar to the way the RT 2.0 issues
stuff is set up on the rt web page now, except I still need the ability for
others to log in. Whats the trick?

I was going to search the old archives, as I’m sure this question has been
answered, but the old search function is turned off, so I’ll have to ask
here. How does one go about setting up a guest user that doesn’t need to
log in? I’d like to do something similar to the way the RT 2.0 issues
stuff is set up on the rt web page now, except I still need the ability for
others to log in. Whats the trick?

Take a look at the source page. We’re embedding a password and username in
the urls.


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Hi

I am running a Request tracker for two seperate purposes.

For the one purpose, I have made the queue accessable to everyone, but I
need to give public access to RT in order for people to get access to
that queue.

Someone told me that you should be able to enter any username/password
combination and RT will create a non-staff member, but this does not work.

Any advice?

Thanks
Jonathan