I have developed a web application (ASP.NET Web Forms). One of my customer has very restrictive policies. When he accesses the web page, IE shows this message:
Your security settings do not allow Web sites to use ActiveX controls installed on your computer. This page may not display correctly.
As far as I know, we don't use ActiveX controls on our page. I did a "View > Souce" and did not find anything suspect.
How can I find what part of my page refers to an ActiveX. The application uses jQuery and a few jQuery plug-ins. Is there a tool/add-in like "Fire Bug" that I can use to list the ActiveX controls referred on a page?
I am working on a financial portal and I am having a problem..I don;t know what to call it so i mentioned it as an 'unknown to me' problem..I have a webpage..whenever I click on any button on my webpage, the request goes through..but nothing show up on the webpage..then If I click on another link and then again come back to previous link,then only I see the results of button_click..
I have a currency conversion and investment form..so after filling up the form in following way and if I click on "INVEST" then nothing shows up..
so now if i click on any other link and go back to 'buy currency' link I see the result as 'investment successful'
We have a Web Application (WebApplication A) which is in place and serving fine, we are working on another WebApplication which will use the Engine of Existing Web Application (WebApplication B) to some extent.
Problem: WebApplication A responds when a http request is made for a resource, like LatestPost.aspx, which passes it down to relevant class / Module like FrontManager.cs. I want to know how can we access that Module / class (FrontManager.cs) from WebApplication B, without requesting a Web Page ?
I am using an SMS Gateway to make my application receive SMSs. For this, the SMS Gateway sends a request to one of the pages in my application with the message as a querystring parameter. eg.[URL]. Now after my page gets invoked, I need to send an OK response to the SMS Gateway so that it doesn't keep retrying to send the same message to my application again and again. I cannot figure out how to send the OK response.
I would like to allow users to call my ruby on rails app as a service which returns a 'div' with html content in it, and embed that div into their app (which will not be a rails application).
For example, assume someone has their own php website that has a header/footer template that gets rendered, and a content area of the page that they need to fill based on some html I generate in my rails app. I would like to allow them, from php, to call to my website, get the 'div' I generate, and embed that as html in their php page.
What I'm trying to do is host a service on my site that returns some html content, but actually show that content as part of another site, so that the end user only sees the other site and never really knows about mine.
I am new to this so forgive my lack of techical jargon/understanding.
We have and active directory setup in our dmz for 'external' user authentication to our web sites. This works fine...
We also have 'internal' users who have been authenticated to our 'internal' active directory. That works fine.
The problem is that we would like the internal users to be able to access the web sites on the web server in the dmz without getting prompted for authentication a second time...the user has already logged into the AD internally. Is there a way for this to happen? Currently they are being prompted for their credentials any time they go to login to a web site that is located in the dmz.
I currently have a website which I want everyone to be able to view, authenticated or not. But if someone does sign in, I want different controls and different C# code to be run on the page.
At the moment I have not put any asp security in. I just have two text boxes that check against the database then keep the user logged in using a session variable. Each page then checks to see if the logged in session variable has a user in it and runs the code.
I'm assuming this is not the most secure way, is there a way to do this correctly?
im doing a webpage, and i have to login with the user from active directory users.
and things are so complicated, im getting lost!
im so confused by AD LDS, LDAP, ADSI,, are these all the same thing or?
if i use the same user who log onto the server computer, to login the webpage,
and i have the user ready in the Active Directory Users and Computers, do i have to configure the lightweight thing so that it can get users from the Active Directory Users and Computers?? and after that do i have to connect the lightweight with ActiveDirectoryMemebershipProvider, so that it can get the user and password?
I have a WebApplication1 running in a port (let's say 4000) and I'm trying to build a website (WebSite1), running on IIS, that is running on the same server. I have no control over the WebApplication1, it's a packaged software, WebSite1 is built by me.
The WebSite1 will do a custom user validation and then will let the user access the WebApplication1:4000 under the impersonated user under which the website is running, not the user in the client machine. Sort of like changing the user in the session.
There is a possibility that the web server computer (host) resets and there is nobody that can log in to system after reseting . I dont want my webpage stop working at this state until the Admin login to the server. so I want my webpage do its main job at logoff state of the server.
how can I create this webpage? what technology can I use to do this?
I would like to create a category page in the admin section where the admin can create/add category from the webpage , he/she don't have to go to database to create it how to make this possible by sourcecode in webpage and in database?
I am using a thrid party website for a service. I transfer control and data to an external URL provided by the service provided. Once the service provider processes the data, it transfers the results and control back to a page in my website. I would like to allow only the service provided URL/page to redirect to my website. Is there any way to do this?
I am using hidden variables on a form and a button control with the PostBackUrl attribute set to the service provier URL, to submit the data and control to the external webpage.Will Service Variables help me achieve the above objective?
Is the above possible? Basically i need it as I am creating a site where users can upload files to a shared network drive which is secure and has a system account
When a user clicks on upload file, If possible I would like the page to automatically kind of log in with the system account, copy the files and then log off. I know I could achieve something similar mapping a drive but would prefer not to do that for these reasons;
- Security risk if the mapped drive for some reason isnt removed by the code
In the web.config file i have put some code in so that when users log in they will be re-directed to another part of the website which only registered users can access. for the admin part only the admin can log in and it takes him to the admin section and that works fine. it is only this that is causing me problems.
the code i inserted for which the user needs to be diverted to is:
How can I modify a web page from another web page, somthing loke a CMS. In other words, I want to create a web page (Page1.aspx) that a user enters text in a textbox and then clicks a submit button. On code-behind, takes that text and adds it to another page (Page2.aspx) in a DIV tag with an ID="divToModify", similar to what a CMS does.
I set up a secured folder in my website. When I access this folder via web page, it pop up a windows login form to ask for user name and password. I would like to code the asp.net page or java script to access this secured folder with username and password without pop up the login form. find the method for asp.net page accessing the secured folder automatically.