ASP.NET Windows Authentication
here's the deal. I'm trying to set up a webpage that uses the .net framework
to transparently retrieve a users domain and username...the page will be
within an intranet. i'm trying to make it so that no dialog boxes pop up,
cuz then people get scared. anyways, i've set up the web.config to impersonate="true"
and i've cleared the check box in IIS to disable anonymous users. i'm using
the authentication="windows", also in the web.config. and i'm trying to get
the identity.name of the current thread in the appdomain.
anyways, the page compiles and runs and...still a box pops up asking for
userid, password and domain.
i think it may have something to do with assembly permissions...
any help would be much appreciated.
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