Windows Domain authentication

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  1. 7777

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    Hello, we have two Windows Server 2003 machines (webserver IIS 6.0 and the
    other SQL Server 2005). The sql machine is also a domain controller with
    active directory which both the webserver and sql server are on this same
    domain. What's the best way and how to:

    1) Configure Windows domain authentication on the webserver (in IIS and/or
    folder permissions in the 'wwwroot' folder) which will hold the front end
    ..aspx web forms?

    2) Configure the web.config file to prompt to use Windows domain credentials
    for the user to log in?

    3) Configure SQL Server in allowing access with each user's successfully
    logged in individual Windows domain accounts (audit in SQL Profiler)?

    Thanks in advance.
    7777, Nov 11, 2009
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