Will IIS 7 Application Pool Identity Always be Used as the User When Authenticating to SQL Server Using Integrated Security?
Hello, Will the IIS 7 application pool identity always be used as the user when authenticating to SQL Server using Integrated Security in an application's connection string?If you reply with a yes or no answer, could you please post a link to somewhere that describes the use of Integrated Security connections with ASP.NET applications? In my case, IIS7 & SQL Server 2008 are running on the same machine.Thank You for any help!
Hi,DarinessIIS 7.application pool runs under "Network Service" account by default.SQL Server Integrated Security is applied through...Sending Mail Using System.Net.Mail with out using User credentials
I have an application where in i send mails based on some condition, the user is already authenticated, so i need not check the User Credentials.Right now this is how the piece lokks:-
mailClient.Credentials = new NetworkCredential(USERID, USER_PWD,DOMAIN);
I want to send the mail, with out validating the user credentials, Can i skip the above line. Please post aqlong with the sample code.
Thanx in Advance.
I think you cannot skip. but store user credentials in session variables after login and then pass.If this post was useful to you, please mark it as...Using Forms Authentication to pass credentials to Windows authentication
I know this question has been asked a lot. But I have just 2 specific requests:
1) All I need is a way to pass the credentials that are manually entered in a custom form to Windows authentication2) Can the example - please - be in Visual Basic?
Specific way I want to use forms authentication:I have an application that is run on an intranet. This application is restricted to a list of users contained in a database.
I don't want to store any of the user's passwords - so I have been successful using Windows Authentication and only check for their UserID.
Late...Using an authenticated Forms user's credentials?
First time poster here, and I hope someone here can answer my question.
I am developing an ASP.NET site that is backed by a particular suite of web services. Both the site and the web services reside on the same server, both use Forms authentication, and use the same Membership store coming from the same database.
The web services I am using implement permissions logic of their own, so I am trying to find a way to pass the credentials of the authenticated ASP.NET user to the web services when I access the web services from the ASP.NET code. The code does ...Using current users credentials to authenticate web service request
Hello, I'm building a web application that has a search that searches both the contents in this application as well as my company's Moss-server using the http://site/_vti_bin/search.asmx web service.Background on the moss web service (this could be any web service or http service that uses windows integrated authentication)The moss web webservice request needs to have the users credentials set from whose contents the search results are returned. The web service's virtual directory has Windows Integrated Authentication enabled, i.e. Moss uses the credentials to only ret...Is it possible to use Windows authentication for users hitting the web app from the internet?
We are developing a web app that is for company personnel only. Most users will access the app from within the organizations LAN but some users must use the internet to gain access. I have configured the app for windows authentication and everthing works fine when accessing the app when it resides on a test server which is co-located with the SQL server it is accessing. When I publish to the production server I get 403 errors when hitting a page that tries to access SQL server. I can retrieve active directory information just can't access the SQL server. I am using an admin account so pe...Using forms authentication but connect to sql server using windows authentication
HiI want to use forms authentication to login to my internet application, but I want to connect to sql server 2000 using windows authentication ( via impersonation of a single windows domain account ) ( Windows 2000 server )Both web server and sql server are running on different machinesCan you tell me the configurations I need to do to allow thisThanks
timoth by default the ASP.Net will try to connect with your SQl Server using ASP.Net Services Account. If you are not using a Domain Account for ASp.Net service then you can use Mirrored account i.e. create a local account with same name an...Using forms authentication
HiI am writing an internet application that requires forms authentication to login remote usersI also want to connect to sql server using windows authenticationThe question is can Ido this?I thought if I allow IIS anonymous access, create an actual windows account to use for the anonymous access then in web.config, set impersonate = true and authentication mode = formsWill this work Many thanks
Windows authentication is not delegatable unless you set up your configuration to use Kerberos.Setting up the anonymous account as a domain account with access to the database and impersonating this...How to use net use?
Please can any one tell me how to use the dos command net use properly?
I have read the help but can't seem to get it to work. Keep getting sytax
Thanks in advance.
"Beowulf" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Please can any one tell me how to use the dos command net use properly?
> I have read the help but can't seem to get it to work. Keep getting sytax
> error message.
what are you trying to do? There are about 50 options to "net use" that do
a ton of different thin...Adding Forms authentication to a folder in a site using Windows integrated authentication
I have created an Intranet site which is secured using Windows Integrated authentication and this is working fine.
However, part of this site deals with sensitive personal information and I would like to add a 2nd layer of security to this section only. ie so you have to enter a password before you can look at edit you bank details etc. (This information may be vulnerable when users log on to their systems and then leave them unattended).
Is it possible to add forms authentication to a folder within a site using Windows authentication? Or is it necessary to use some k...Using Windows Integrated Security
has anyone managed to customise ASPNetForums to use Windows Authentication instead of the built in users stored in the Users table? (or a combination of both i guess - not sure if it's possible)
If so, i would really be interested as to how it was done.
Paulo...Net Use and W2K3 credentials
I'm racking my brain trying to figure out how to minimize hassles when
we migrate some of our data to a Windows server.
My thought is to simply change "map" commands to "net use" commands. I
think that I'll be able to insert W2K3 user names into the login scrip
via variable (we imported them in the eDir). However, those W2K3 user
IDs are not the same as in eDir, and I'm struggling with a way to have a
login w/o a second login prompt (transparent).
Tim Wohlford, CNE
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Hello everybody, In my application I am authenticating user with Active Directory
using the approach recommended here:
Everything is working fine, but I need the website to
display the user info without him having to log on in a login.aspx page (should
look like a single sign on). for example. Right now after login, the default page
displays Hello, user name and other info. This should be displayed with out
login.aspx, authenticating him/her with machine.
Is there a way for this to be authenticated witho...How to use user/password authentication/security within users' public_html folders
I have NW5.1SP5.1.5 and Netware Enterprise Web Server 3.5.3 installed.
Can I provide my account owners the ability to use user/password
authentication/security within their public_html folders of their home
> within their public_html folders of their home
> directories ?
sure, go into the admin server, click the Restrict Access link, and
remove PUBLIC_HTML from the list of public directory designations.
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