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Waffle Framework:Login pop up on session timeout in internet explorer on windows 7/8 Issue.

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I am facing with the problem in my web application where I am asked to enter my login credentials again on session timeout.This issue arises on Windows7 and Windows 8 Internet Explorer only.
Ideally what I want is that the pop up for credentials should not arise and user shold be automatically logged in after session timeout .

1>Single Sign-On works well with other browsers like Firefox on Windows 7 and 8 as well(No login pop up issues here).
2>It also works fine with Internet Explorer on Windows Xp.
3>My web application uses Weblogic server 10.3, waffle-jna jar version 1.5 and I am running it on Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 8.
4>I have tried with the latest versions of Waffle (ver 1.7.3 and ver 1.6) in my web app but still I am facing the same problem.

To sum up , On windows 7 and windows 8 with the browser Internet explorer Single Sign-On fails and I am asked to enter the login credentials on session timeout.Is this the issue with Waffle framework? Please provide any help.
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