Last post Jun 17, 2009 01:41 AM by josephkind
Jun 15, 2009 08:51 AM|josephkind|LINK
We have three difrent asp.net applications,running on IIS 6.0 and windows 2003 server.This Applications are developed in asp.net 2.0 and dotnet framework 2.0.we use forms authentication and active directory authentication to login.
we have decided to remove all the login screens in all the applications.Each user should be identified by their domain username and password and allowed to enter into the application.
Any help on this issue ,would be surely appreciated.
Jun 15, 2009 09:07 AMfirstname.lastname@example.org|LINK
The browser won't pass credentials to a site it doesn't trust, thus you get asked to log into sites because the browser doesn't trust them. Add the site/domain to the trusted sites in the browser, IE's intranet zone for example, and the browser will pass
credentials and the user will be authenticated without a prompt.
Provided you use Windows Authentication only in IIS of course...
Jun 17, 2009 01:41 AM|josephkind|LINK
Thanks for you reply.
I tried as you suggested but it is still not working and I think we cannot ask each user to add to intranet zone.In our company we have more than 4500 employees.
is it not possible any way to check the user credentials with active directory in the forms load event of login.aspx page and direct them to home page instead of login.aspx?
Each user is having specific computers and all are connected to single domain.That is why we want to allow them access application without login screen.
any help could be definitely appreciate you guys!!!!