Web application: inherit state of the user in Active Directory
Web application: inherit state of the user in Active Directory
Web application: inherit state of the user in Active Directory
Web application: inherit state of the user in Active Directory
Web application: inherit state of the user in Active Directory
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Old 03-18-2013, 04:27 AM
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Good morning,
i'm developing a web program (ASP.Net) that has to be called from a main web program. So i've to inherit the state of the user that is logged in the main program through Active Directory protocol.

I've never used "Active Directory" so any suggestion on how do this would be appreciated!
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Is this web app going to be part of an intranet and have users already logged into the domain or will you need to be providing a login screen for them that will use Active Directory behind the scenes to handle user account stuff?
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yes, the users are just logged in. i've only to know if they are logged (if not of course the can't enter in mine one), and some group information
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In that case you need to enable windows authentication for your web application - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff647405.aspx should get you started
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Web application: inherit state of the user in Active Directory
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