Security :: Webservice Security And Windows Authentication - Invoke SSIS Packages From Web Service
Dec 15, 2010
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.
I've got a webapplication and inside this webapplication I have a webservice. An external program is going to use this webservice in the future, but for now that is not the problem. this webservice is also called from inside the webapplication. this is where the problem starts.
I keep getting this error:
The remote server returned an error: (401) Unauthorized.
I tried with imporsonate= true, but it didn't work
the webservice is called like this:
I hope some one can point me into the right direction.
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)?
I'm writing a simple Intranet application using windows authentication. I want to restrict access to Safe/UCantSeeMe.aspx. I am aware of the AuthorizeAttribute, but this only works on methods. I also found a good post on doing this with the MVC pattern, but I'm not using MVC. This can be done with roles in forms based security. I read on MSDN that using windows based security means roles are based on groups, but it doesn't go into any detail. how can I restrict access to Safe/UCantSeeMe.aspx?
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...
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 have spent days trying to solve this problem and still stuck with this and I have posted some questions already on this website, but didn't get satisfactory answers. I am trying to be more clear this time and hope to get a better answer. I have gone through this article already [URL] and here are my issues (I need to run the SSIS package from ASP.NET) option 1 is not suitable for me, because it may recycle worker process if it consumes memory is also not suitable because of security issues in creating a new process and passing the context to new process looks very complicated for me (according to the support article) option 3 is not suitable because using SQL Server Agent to run SSIS package is not allowed by the company I am working for(I guesss it requires installation of db engine on application server, not sure). but SSIS is installed on the application server. option 4&5 will have the same issues as options 1&2.
I am writing two ASP.NET apps. One is a web service that provides xml data and the other is a web client that will use the service to display and manipulate data. I would like for the web service to do the membership authentication and authorization. Is there any way to simply point the login controls in my client application to the web service instead of to a database. I assume I would have to provide the necesarry methods in my web service interface, which would then use the membership provider database I created and pass the results back through to the client.
Is this possible? I have seen many articles on security provisioin from a web service but none has really been what I am looking for. I was hoping that, since my service and my client are both written in ASP.NET, there might be some built functionality that would benefit me.
I want to know if this kind of authentication is possible.
We have an Active Directory account and that account we are using to log in to windows. I have a simple system that needs authentication using the IIS log in box (i dont know what do you call this but what I know is it only comes out when Anonymous user is unchecked in the IIS configuration.) Now, I want this box to appear before my page and the user will be authenticated and be compare to the user who logged in to the windows. If the user who have been authenticated is the same as the user who logged in to the windwos then we will let him in if not he must be denied in accessing the page.
The first problem I have in my mind is how to code it in asp.net to make an authentication when he will try to access my page.
Second is, let us say we have succeeded to show the authentication box, how can I get the username from the log in box and compare it to the user who logged on in windows. Of course we can get the user id of the logged in user from the windows using User.Identity.Name but how about the username from the log in box.
Note: I will not use log in forms even using https. Just the log in provided by the IIS according to the configuration.
IIS:Annoymous login is disabled, Windows authenication is enabled.
SQL server:userA is added as a user to the database.
IIS and SQL server are on different server. Running as userA on another computer, I try to access the website. The website log told me the website was trying to login to the SQL server with NT AuthorityAnnoymous despite I specified to use integrated security and Annoymous login is disabled in IIS.
I have an application that ran fine on a Win 2003 box using windows authentication. After installing the app on a 32-bit Windows Server 2008 box the users are now prompted for domain credentials every time they call the site. I went into IIS manager for IIS7 and disabled anonymous authentication and enabled windows authentication. What do I need to do here for the user to not be prompted for the credentials?
I am developing one portal in asp.net. Im using windows authentication. In our domain, we are give 6 digit number as username. Based on the 6 digit number windows will display the user name. Can I got the user name from asp.net? Im using asp.net with C#.
When I trying with,
WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent().Name - it will return "DomainName123456". Instead of this 6digit number I need the user name. The user name is displaying in start menu.
What's happening is when windows authentication/authorization fails the user get's a login prompt in IE6, IE7 and FireFox. Only when user clicks Cancel button in login prompt they are getting to 401 error page. What I am trying to achieve is to automatically redirect the user to a custom error page when getting 401 error instead of getting login prompt. Is this possible to suppress the login prompt in this scenario or is it this way by design?Here is my setup:I have windows integrated authentication configured in asp.net 2.0 web app.
In IIS I have website Directory Security configured to use Integrated Windows Authentication and disabled Anonymous Authentication
We also have sales rep that take call and use the same website to take the orders.
My boss wants me to allow the SR to only be able to take orders if they are in the network itself. When I ask why he tells me "just because".
I'm sure there's a way but I can't see it at the moment. How do I go by doing that? Also keep in mind that if the SR is outside the intranet, he can't be allowed to enter his active directory login/password (so the login window must not even show).
I need to apply Windows Authentication for my website. But We dont want the user to be enter the User Name and Password in the Popup coming default.We need to provide the user with the input controls in the aspx page,then using the credentials will need to implement the Windows Authentication.Is it Possible to pass the windows authentication username and password from the aspx page , to enable the Windows Authentication
We currently have a set of ASP.NET application and we are migrating them to use Windows Authentication (used to be form Authentication). We will eventually let the user to connect to our site entering Windows Authentication credentials. When we tested within our system across different domains, we noticed that the authentication session seemed to be cached even with the server session had timed out. In other words, once the user logged in and keeped an Internet Explorer window up (didn't even have to be in ourapplication page), the user could always navigate back to our application without being prompted for security login again. We had our site included in the Trusted Site list of the IE browser.Is that the expected behavior for ASP.NET Windows Authentication? If that is the case, is there a way to end the Authentication cache when the users leave their IE windows idle.