Credentials across multiple web service boundaries

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Bil Simser [MVP], Sep 4, 2004.

  1. Hi guys,

    I wanted to ask some experts here on a problem someone presented to me.

    Given a client that's calling a web service (using default credentials) the
    web service gets invoked fine with the users credentials. However they need
    to call a second web service from the first one. When it hits the second web
    service, the web service (even though configured correctly) always reports
    as IUSR (or sometime IWAM, or whatever the anonymous accounts are).

    Is there a problem trying to do something like this? Is there something
    anyone can point me at to try out or a workaround? Thanks.

    -Bil
     
    Bil Simser [MVP], Sep 4, 2004
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