On Wed, 1 Dec 2004 14:15:39 -0800, "Andy" <Andydiscussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
¤ Traditionally, I've used windows authentication with a web server on an
¤ Active directory domain. IIS authenticated users on AD. However to do this,
¤ a window popped up and users entered information in that.
¤ However, I'd like to instead make an asp.net form that authenticated via
¤ windows authentication.
¤ The reason why is I need to allow windows authentication as well as
¤ authentication where the username is actually an e-mail address, but i don't
¤ want to have two seperate forms to do this.
¤ Is this possible?
¤ If so, anyone know some good examples on the web? VB or C#, doesn't matter
I think you're going to have to make a choice as to whether to use Windows authentication or Forms
based authentication. If using the email address as the account ID is a requirement then you're
likely to exceed the maximum characters allowed for an AD account.
With Forms based authentication you can use a database (such as SQL Server) instead for maintaining
Paul ~~~ [email]pclementameritech.net[/email]
Microsoft MVP (Visual Basic)