I have just installed SQL Server 2005. I selected windows mode authentication. I am not able to login in management studion. Now, I want to use mixed and server authentication option inplace of windows authentication. so, would that be possible after installation.
Just to describe the scenario. I have a website. This lives on a webserver. On that webserver is an SQL server. The website connects to this database using windows authentication. I have written a windows form application that connects to the SQL Server on the webserver. This application is being run from a location on out intranet. The Winform application use SQL authentication to connect to the database. The SQL Server didn't have mix mode authentication enabled. So I enabled it. The winform application could now connect to the SQL Server.
This is where it starts getting a little strange.
The Website that was already connecting find using integrated authentication starts failing with:
Login failed for user 'NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE'
When you are enabling mixed mode authentication, you are adding another authentication method, why would the original Windows authentication fail?
We have a working version of application (Intranet) with uses Windows Authentication deployed in Windows 2003. The application uses HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name to get the logged-in user. Here impersonate is turned off.Right now, we are move to Windows 2008 RC2 where this Windows Authentication problem arised. I have Digest Authentication and Windows Authentication enabled. And also I have enabled Anonymous Authentication enabled to avoid the Login dialog of IIS in the end-user IE. Now I am getting HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name as Empty. When I impersonate using username and password, I am used to login using that user but all the users uses the same user to login.Does any has solution for this?Deployment Server - Windows 2008 RC2 (IIS 7.5)Development - Windows 7 (IIS 7.5)I am new to IIS 7.5. Please give me a solution
I had a problem login management studio (Sql server 2005) using windows authentication because it doesn't show me any server name to connect and if I put my computer name and user name (my-PCpatel) login was failed.
So, I decided to uninstall it and install it again using mixed mode authentication. After installation I select sql server authentication instead of windows authentication and put login name as "sa" and password that I had put it during installation. But the connect button is dark gray(the way I can not select it or press it on) while the other button (cancel, help, option) can be selected or pressed.So, why am i not able select or click on connect button?
I have a question about mixed mode authentication. I've been doing some research into this, but I haven't found the answer yet, so I figured I'd just ask:
I have an internal application that requires login. Right now it's using forms-based authentication. We'd like to make it so that, if you're internal and authenticated against Active Directory, you don't need to login to the application. However, if you're coming in from the outside (or don't have an AD account), it would then require them to login via the forms-based Login.aspx page.
From my research, it seems that the only way to do this is to enable forms based auth as the default membership provider, then on the back-end do a check at Page_Load to pull their login name, match it against the .NET membership and then authenticate them automatically - am I wrong on this?
The documents I've found all seem to point to the user having to login anyway, just the login being stored in AD - instead of having the user just login once to their machine in the morning and using that to verify them and their roles in subsequent applications.
I have IIS 7 windows server 2008 R2 64 bit on which I have few web sites which are sending emails thorugh asp.net. Each web site has seperate "From Address (used inside the code)".
In IIS 6.0 mananger >> Delivery Tab >> Out bound security >>I gave Integrated windows authentication for one account (Let us say abc).
When the emails are firing from different applications, the emails are going only if the from address is abc mentioned in the authentication. If any other email address is used then it is going to bad mail folder saying "Diagnostic-Code: smtp;550 5.7.1 Client does not have permissions to send as this sender".So to make it work I have changed the authentication to anonymous then again the emails are going to bad mail with "Diagnostic-Code: smtp;530 5.7.1 Client was not authenticated" error.
I'm having a tough time implementing mixed-mode authentication (windows & forms based) for my application using IIS 7. Doing it in IIS6 is easy, but the process doesn't translate to 7/7.5 - and my research has led to me to conflicting answers, none of which.
I have redirect page called WindowsLogin.aspx, and a forms-based one called Login.aspx. I'm having difficulty enabling Windows authentication for just WindowsLogin.aspx.
i am using windows server 2008 and IIS , somebody installed Dynamic Business Portal everytime users trying to use the portal they enter the servername or by ip @ of the windows server /Bp but a login authentication asking them to insert a username and password they can t login the system even they enter their windows authentication
I published another new ASP called Mytest users put name of ther server or ip of the server /Mytest they were able to access the page and no pop up asked them or authentication I added IUser and Everyone and enabled full access.. i check the PB configuration in IIS it was the same Everyone and Iuser are added and full access is enabled how to get rid of the authentication popup
I created a mixed mode authentication mechanism based on a few of the articles that I have read on this topic. It's similar to something like this: [URL]
Basically, there are two web applications. One accepts the Windows Auth and one accepts Forms Auth. The Windows Auth then creates a forms auth ticket and passes control to the Forms auth application. This solution works fine when both applications are housed within the same IIS web site.
Now, order to control the security of this solution we set up multiple IIS web sites on the same machine. Web Site 1 serves external traffic (forms auth) and Web Site 2 serves internal traffic (windows auth).
So the design is that an internal user can hit the site using Windows auth via a internal name (myserver) while the external users use Forms Auth hitting [URL].
All that said, the solution works when the two applications are in the same site. Doesn't work when they are in different sites.
I have a requirement I should connect to MS SQL server under IIS Application pool account from ASP.NET application where Windows Authentication is enabled. I cannot use user name and password in connection string.
ASP.NET application should use Entity Framework 4.0 to work with data.
i published an application on windows server 2008 and IIS 7 i am facing a problem when user are trying to access the server or the web application in address they put ip address of the server /application a pop up screen asking for username and password problem IIS on windows server 2008 ..the server is configured it s making me crazy it s asking users for username and password
I have a web app, can upload images when running it on the local development machine, but when runnign it on WebServer 2008, it gives me an error saying "access is denied". I konw it is something to do with security, but how do I make it such that an internet user can have acces to it. The folder is located in: c:inetpubsiteimages494
I set authentication mode to Windows in the web.config and I enable Windows Authentication and disable the Anonymous Authentication in IIS 7 on win 7, but HttpContext.Current.User is always null.It works fine when I host the web app in IIS 6.0.
I have been trying to avoid the windows login userid and password window when I use the Windows Authentication mode for a web site. I need to capture the the windows logon user name without prompting for the user id and password and display that on the web site. I had tried almost everything... changed authentication,security setups on IE and IIS etc... still not being able to avoid the window...
I have a web service within my application (app A) writing to an oracle database (database resides on a different server). when i call the web service from another application (app B), it fails to write to the database. when the web service is called from app A, it successfully writes to the database.
I guess this issue has to do with authentication/impersonation of ASP.NET. both applications (A & B ) are subsites within the same website in IIS and both uses windows authentication (intranet applications). I dont have access to the server and IIS.
Currently we are running an application build in VB6,ASP,Commerce Server2000 and Sql Server 2000. This application is running in Windows 2000 server.Now we are planning to migrate Windows server 2000 to Windows 2008.Will this application run in Windows 2008 or do we need to upgrade this application to dotnet and Sql 2008?
I have to invoke SSIS packages from web service in the most secure way. I think that windows authentication will be secure but i am not sure. I do not have much knowledge about how to achieve this and the information on the internet is very distributed.
We use Sharepoint to control our websites. We build the sites, then load them into the sharepoint server. My question is if I use windows authentication, how can I get my role security in my web config file to coencide with the asp.net controls that use the Forms authentication. Is there a differenence? Our security uses a session variable for security but there is no where to set up their permissions except in active directory. I hope this makes sense because I would like to implement the LoginView with Role groups but how can I give them the role="administrator"? Do I have to go into active directory and give them these permissions(would take awhile due to the size of the company)? Or do I have to set up priveladges in the web.config file for each user(difficult I think)?