Security :: Using Different Windows Login Credentials Whithin A Webpage?

Jan 22, 2010

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

- User may not have the drive letter free.

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