IIS, Web Service, Anonymous access and Integrated Win Authenticati

Discussion in 'ASP .Net Web Services' started by Daniel P., Oct 20, 2006.

  1. Daniel P.

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    I have a web service that has to be available from both outside and inside
    the company. For outside the connection will use anonymous authentication
    over an SSL connection, the user will provide its user name and password that
    will be sent in the SOAP header. From inside the network I also send the NT
    username in the soap header.

    I configured the Authentication Method in the Virtual Directory security to
    support both "Anonymous Access" and "Integrated Windows Authentication". When
    both are checked then the "Integrated Windows Authentication" does not seem
    to work.

    I check the System.Web.Services.WebService.User.Identity object and there is
    no info about the NT Username and User.Identity.IsAuthenticated is set to
    false.

    What am I doing wrong?
    Daniel P., Oct 20, 2006
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