For Windows Media Player it should be suitable to match *NSPlayer*. This covers the part of the Media Player that does NOT use the Internet Explorer settings/capabilities, e.g. Websites displayed within Windows Media Player are correctly authenticated but if you call an audio/video stream, this will show up with the *NSPlayer* User-Agent, which you can use for bypassing Auth.
Silverlight - as far as I know - uses the User-Agent of the Browser, but I am not completely certain. Maybe someone else has an idea?
Thanks Andre. Bypassing auth for the NSPlayer user agent worked for the website I was having trouble with. I'm not sure how/if Silverlight complicates things, but I'll consider this fixed.
How can i bypass this site http://www.gpi.nl/Home/PSApplication
This is also an Silverlight site.
We're using WG6 and WG7. Both have the same problem, the only thing you see is a white screen.
Which version of MWG7 are you using? Are you connecting to this site through Windows Media Player, or through browser?
MWG6 is 6.8.6 build 6257
MWG7 is 126.96.36.199.0 build 12742
Both through the webbrowser, IE and Firefox.