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#1: IIS INTEGRATED AUTHENTICATION

Posted on 2008-04-22 08:59:43 by Tahir

Hello

I am trying to set up an IIS Integrated Windows Authentication over a
domain, which I have done perfectly fine. I have an ASP.NET application,
running over a domain. The virtual directory has IIS Integrated Windows
Authentication. So whoever is the domain logged in user, logs in to the
application.

But, I tried one thing. I created a local user on the machine, with the same
login id as on the domain. Then logged in to the system as a local user,
using this newly created local user's authentication. Now I typed the URL of
the application on the domain and I was able to log in as an authenticated
user.

Have I done something wrong? Or is it the way it works.

Regards

Tahir

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#2: Re: IIS INTEGRATED AUTHENTICATION

Posted on 2008-04-22 09:49:45 by David Wang

On Apr 21, 11:59=A0pm, "news.microsoft.com" <ta...@sulata.com.pk> wrote:
> Hello
>
> I am trying to set up an IIS Integrated Windows Authentication over a
> domain, which I have done perfectly fine. I have an ASP.NET application,
> running over a domain. The virtual directory has IIS Integrated Windows
> Authentication. So whoever is the domain logged in user, logs in to the
> application.
>
> But, I tried one thing. I created a local user on the machine, with the sa=
me
> login id as on the domain. Then logged in to the system as a local user,
> using this newly created local user's authentication. Now I typed the URL =
of
> the application on the domain and I was able to log in as an authenticated=

> user.
>
> Have I done something wrong? Or is it the way it works.
>
> Regards
>
> Tahir


You are logged in as a perfectly valid local user, and the browser
with attempt auto-login with that local user account with IIS over
Integrated Authentication, which works because that's completely
valid.

It is not clear to me what behavior you were expecting or trying to
achieve.


//David
http://w3-4u.blogspot.com
http://blogs.msdn.com/David.Wang
//

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