I don't think you can do it with no access. You can put a generic (guest) set of credentials in the URL and do it that way.
create a view with that map in it. then you can pull up that view and copy the URL.
it will look something like this:
add the following:
where guest is some account (may be guest) and its pw.
I was able to copy the URL of the map entry in NPM, and plugged that address into my browser to get just the network map without authentication. What I don't know is if it's a live map or just a snapshot of status at the time the URL was taken. <serverName>/Orion/NetPerfMon/NetworkMap.aspx?Map=0f3e298e-295a-4634-a080-7ec24ecc87dc.OrionMap&Scale=180&r=1110655150&ViewId=1
I appears that I still need the user/pass in the URL, but I'm not sure where and if I can place it in the URL above.
weird, lost some posting???
anyways, maps query DB so they are live.
you can also use the friendly map name like below:
you would fill in appropriately where there are <>
if you stuck with yours:
Under Scale=180 (I can change that for whatever works), is there value that I can use that fits to whichever monitor is viewing it at the time. Right now I'm using a standard 19" monitor, and it looks perfect, but the output doesn't work as well on the 22" widescreen monitors.