Windows authentication and require local SQL based username password?

Discussion in '.NET' started by cungar, Nov 8, 2007.

  1. cungar

    cungar

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    I've been tasked with building an ASP.NET app that requires a user to initially login with a company assigned username password which we have stored in Active Directory using Forms authentication. When they first log in I'm supposed to bring them to a page where they create a personal username/password with their e-mail address as the username. I'm supposed to store this in SQL and next time they log in with the new un/pass look up the original un/pass and authenticate them using this.

    Sounds like a great system but is this a feasible design?

    Some of the challenges I'm anticipating are how will I run the authentication after I've looked up the company un/pass. Could I even use the ASP.NET login control? Would I have to use OnAuthenticate and create my own authentication procedure?

    Also how would I get the company password from the login?

    Thanks in advance for any ideas.
    cungar, Nov 8, 2007
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