Forms Auth Info passed to Windows Auth?

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    The requirement is to build an ASP.Net intranet application, so
    external users can log in to the main web portal via forms
    authentication, using their windows NT login. This must be done using
    a standard HTML form. Once they have been authenticated and
    authorized, they can get into the main portal page.

    One of the options on the portal is to check your Outlook webmail
    account, which transfers you to an existing email web portal. To check
    email, the existing logic authenticates using windows authentication.

    Put the two together, and the users have to log in twice. Is there a
    way to pass the forms-based login to the Windows-based login so that
    users can sign in once via forms authentication and that's it?

    Thanks for the help.
    , Apr 28, 2005
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  2. Perhaps this article might help or give you some hint on where to start.
    Basically you gather the user credentials using Forms Auth and then perform
    a LogonUser() to AD with those credentials.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/d...en-us/dnnetsec/html/SecNetHT02.asp?frame=true


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    > The requirement is to build an ASP.Net intranet application, so
    > external users can log in to the main web portal via forms
    > authentication, using their windows NT login. This must be done using
    > a standard HTML form. Once they have been authenticated and
    > authorized, they can get into the main portal page.
    >
    > One of the options on the portal is to check your Outlook webmail
    > account, which transfers you to an existing email web portal. To check
    > email, the existing logic authenticates using windows authentication.
    >
    > Put the two together, and the users have to log in twice. Is there a
    > way to pass the forms-based login to the Windows-based login so that
    > users can sign in once via forms authentication and that's it?
    >
    > Thanks for the help.
    >
    Hernan de Lahitte, May 3, 2005
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