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By net-tekkie ·
Is it possible to create a service in an NT4.0 IIS server located in a DMZ such that a servlet running in the IIS machine can query an internet web user for a login/password and then use a DLL to have the service authenticate that user against a PDCon the other side of the firewall? I'm not sure if the DMZ machine is a member of the PDC's domain, but that could probably be arranged if it doesn't create a security hole. Other potential solutions welcomed. Solution can be homebrew or 3rd party.

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by garetjax In reply to NT authentication from we ...

Yes. IIS can do this right now. Just change the security tab for the WWW site to either basic or NT security (from the default "anonymous"). You will also need to allow authentication traffic from the DMZ inbound to your "secured" network.

Contact me if you have further questions.

Good luck.

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