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Utilize Windows authentication in intranet applications

By MaryWeilage Editor ·
This week's .NET e-newsletter explains how you can utilize the Windows authentication method in intranet applications and then demonstrates how to utilize Windows-based security in an ASP.NET application. Do you use Windows-based authentication for ASP.NET applications? If not, what type of authentication security do you use?

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one small correction

by Felonius In reply to Utilize Windows authentic ...

Appreciate the articel, as it's a good overview of the choices available. I'm in the middle of developing an intranet in asp.net so the samples for windows integration are especially relevant for me. One quibble, though: "The only viable choice is a
Windows-based intranet with IE as the browser standard." This isn't quite true, as the Mozilla browser can also be used with windows/ntlm authentication, as of version 1.4, and lacks nothing else. From a developer point of view, this is rather nice, as I can test authenticate as different users easily (no relogging in, remoting in, or other acrobatics needed).

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Emulation may be used as well

by aspatton Contributor In reply to one small correction

Thank you, I was not aware of that.


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by ryankelley In reply to Utilize Windows authentic ...

Anybody have a copy of this article? I am dying to get my hands on it.


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