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Last post Apr 18, 2012 12:01 PM by bbcompent1
Apr 17, 2012 03:53 PM|LINK
Hi there,I've published my web site in a server(server in the factory) with 150 Domain users.
and we have a server in the office with 100 domain users.
domain users in office start with SP and in the factory start SPF.
I have my website in this url(which is published in SPF):
192.168.64.40:300/homepage.aspx , and I have used windows authenticate.
so users can log in with SPF without any problem because they are in SPF active directory.
my problem starts here,users in office can not log in to above URL,because if i'm not wrong they are not in domain users in SPF.
what can I do to solve this problem?I mean users connect to above URL with their username and password in SP,not in spf?
Apr 17, 2012 04:08 PM|LINK
While this question is not really related to ASP.NET, what you need to do is create a trust on the domain SPF to trust SP domain users. This has to be done on the SPF domain controller.
Apr 17, 2012 04:15 PM|LINK
tnx for ur reply.
So as I found out there is no way to do this with asp.net or IIS ryt?
a friend of mine suggested me to use webservice in asp.net,is it possible to do that?or not?
Apr 18, 2012 08:32 AM|LINK
well,no one answer my question?
is there any way to fix this with out trust domain?
Apr 18, 2012 11:49 AM|LINK
Honestly, I personally don't know of any other way without having to perform some obscure hacks. You're talkign about hacking active directory which is well beyond what is discussed here on these forums. I'm only telling you the right way that wouldn't require
some special magic, its also much easier. I mean, we are talking about allowing the internal domain to be trusted by the external, not the intranet trusting the internet users, this method is secure so why are you so afraid to do it this way?
Apr 18, 2012 12:00 PM|LINK
Well it is ok for me to do this way,after dicussing about this method,my boss agreed to use Domain Trust.
so many thanks about your help.
Apr 18, 2012 12:01 PM|LINK
No problem and I can understand your boss's intrepidation but since its all internal communication, you should be ok.