> I am using NUnitASP and I have run into problem "faking" user
> credentials. In my ASP.Net/C# application, I have turned off
> anonymous access to the web app and I allowing Windows groups to
> handle the permissions to the app. Things are working perfectly, i.e.
> only user groups that are allowed can log into the app and see what
> they are supposed to, when the users enter their credentials through
> It is when I try to enter the credentials programmatically with
> NUnitASP that I cannot set the credentials. In most cases, using
> System.Net.CredentialCache.DefaultCredentials would be fine and this
> works as expected. However, I want to test other roles besides my own
> in the app and this is where I need to use the
> System.Net.NetworkCredential class.
> For some reason I do not understand, I cannot pass a username,
> password and domain to this class and have these values detected as
> valid credentials. Has anyone used NUnitASP? If so, can you please
> share some sample code showing how this works? If you have not used
> NUnitASP, but are familiar with the System.Net.NetworkCredential
> class, again I could use some coaching on how to use this class.
> Thank you in advance for your help.