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
In my masterpage application i have "Integrated windows authentication" enabled and it works fine for Active Directory Users. but i have created some users in my aspnetdb and i want few users to login and use my application. But for created users in aspnetdb i can getting "windows login screen". means when users not on active directory try to access application instead of getting login page, they get windows auth login popup.
I've set up an ASP.NET MVC application for my company's Intranet that grabs the user's NT creds via System.Web.HttpContext.User and checks against its own database to perform authentication/authorization.This works just fine on my local machine, and I assume it will also work once deployed to the production server, but the development server is on a different domain than the users. While trying to test the app, Iget prompted for a username and password, which isn't supposed to happen. Worse, entering my login creds still doesn't work. I'm deploying a MVC 2 application to an IIS 6 server.The steps I read to take to get Integrated Windows Authentication to work included putting these lines in my Web.config file:
Then, on IIS in Directory Security uncheck the checkbox that allows anonymous authentication, and make certain that only Windows authentication is checked in the access methods section. I've done these things, but since I'm dealing with cross-domain authentication, it's dead in the water. I tried a Google search, and I'll continue with this, but I haven't found anything yet. I'm not incredibly savy when it comes to domain issues, so I might have seen a possible solution and not recognized it.
I have an intranet set up with IIS and it is working fine with windows integrated autehntication. However I have some permissions set and when certain users do not have access they get prompted for their login and I don't want this. I want it to go straight to the access denied page.
I read that "In integrated Windows authentication, the browser tries to use the current user's credentials from a domain logon, and if this attempt is unsuccessful, the user is prompted to enter a user name and password. "
So I understand this is supposed to happen but I was wondering if there was anyway to not have it prompt for a username and password if the first attemp is unsuccessful.
My web application need to list the network share information. The return code is '5' after I call NetShareEnum[Netapi32.dll] in windows integrated authentication.
I found that currently I am using Kerberos protocol to authenticate the access users and the token is grenerated with [TokenImpersonationLevel.Impersonation].
Who know how to resolve this problem? Is there any way to get a token with [TokenImpersonationLevel.Delegation] in Kerberos? BTW, I am sure about that the access user has the Access privilege to list the network share in target server.
This could be very straight forward for some of you, but I got caught up. I am doing very simple test - browsing from IIS Manager to see the default page or "under Construction", however I am being challenged to provide my login credential . When I provide my login credential, I am able to see the default page. I wanted to see the default page without providing my credential since Enable anoymous access + basic authentication I am simply wanted to see the default page asit is working on other servers except this one. I have included screen print to make sure may question is clear.
I am trying to force to show to the Logon popup when the session is timeout in Integrated Windows Authentication Enabled website. The session_timeout is firing during the session timeout, but the User.Identity.IsAuthenticated is true. How force to use the Windows Logon Screen when the session is timeout.
We have an ASP.NET web application which uses integrated windows authentication. It is accessed by users from two domains, A and B. A is the primary domain and B is an older domain which is going away. Web application is authenticating users using a group policy which only exists in domain A. Every user in domain B has an account in domain A. The application lives in domain A. There was no trust between the domains. So users from domain A would get silently authenticated and logged into the site. Users from domain B didn't get authenticated automatically and were prompted with the IE popup, to which they authenticated using their domain A credentials and everything worked. Now somebody has set up a trust between the domains and users from domain B get authenticated silently to IIS, and then their login fails (no group policy). So the question is:
can I either programmatically or in IIS configuration make it so that users from domain B still get prompted even though there is trust between the domains? Is there a way to tell the server where IIS is running to ignore the trust relationship maybe?
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 just started building an asp.net web service with visual studio 2005. However whenever i try and run the site i get this message, saying "debugging failed because integrated windows authentication is not enabled". I am at a loss of how to correct this problem.
I have a .NET 3.5 application running under IIS 7 on Windows 2003 server and cannot get integrated windows authentication working properly as I continue to get prompted for a login. I have set Windows Authentication to enabled in IIS with all other security types disabled and my application web.config file authentication/authorization is set up as:
With this setup, I'm expecting behind the scene verification of the Windows user to allow access and deny anonymous users. However, what I'm getting is a Windows login pop-up when I try to access the site. I have been troubleshooting this issue for a few days now and cannot figure out the problem. Based on posts with similar problems, I confirmed my URL does not include any periods, double checked that my IE settings are set to Enable Integrated Windows Authentication, and also added my URL to my intranet sites, but still getting the pop-up. To troubleshoot it further, I enabled Anonymous Authentication in IIS and modified my web.config file to which lets me right in and then added Response.Write(System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentifity.getcurrent().user.name.toString()) to try to see what user is being used in the authentication. The result I'm getting is IIS APPPOOLmyapp which is obviously the IIS application pool for my application.
I'm still using only windows authentication but don't get the pop-up and the windows authentication is performed against the actual Windows user. Just noticed that when the login fails and the Windows login prompt displays again, it is showing the username that attempted to login as "SERVERNAME""USERNAME" which led me to believe it was trying to validate the user against the server vs. the domain. To confirm this, I created a local user account directly on the app server with the same username and password as the network domain user and tried to login again. The result was that I received the login prompt again but when I entered the username and password this time, I was able to successfully login. The network user and app server are on the same domain so really not sure why IIS authentication is pointing to the local app server accounts and not to the domain accounts. I realize this is an IIS question at this point so posting on forums.iis.net as well but anyone may have since have been troubleshooting this for days.
I am working on an application that uses windows authentication. Within this application, we give the user the ability to change their password. The user can change the password just fine. However, after they change their password, that is when things get weird. Sometimes they can navigate through the application just fine. Other times, they click on a link and are immediately prompted to supply credentials. Occasionly they can click on a link but upon a second click they are prompted to supply credentials. Does the browser keep a token to the original credentials and use this when they request the next page? If this is the case, why can i continue using the site sometimes? Can I change the password and then assign that token to the request?
I have an silverlight application configured with windows integrated security. I would like to emulate the "Sign in as different user" functionality I would like to give the user, the option to click a button and show the windows authentication login window, so that the user can enter the "User name" and "Password" again using another domain account. (btw i found this question on another site but with no answers, I need the same thing so i copy/pasted a bit)
I have an XML web service where the authentication used is BASIC WINDOWS. Following is my client code to connect to the service.
Now, the issue is that the client is really authenticated only in the first attempt(First time I execute the code in VS). Further attempts succeed even if the code to assign credentials is commented or even after providing wrong user id/ password. I ensured that the server is hit each time(Just to make it clear that it not just because of client side caching).Is this the behavior of Basic authentication/credential cache. I would prefer the client be authenticated each time he hits the server.
I have an Intranet which is on IIS 7.0. I want to authenticate my users and know who is logged in. What options do I have to set in IIS Authentication part that my users do not need to type their user name and password to login to Intranet. I have set the Authentication to Basic and Impersonation, but it is asking user name and password.
I'm looking to implement my own basic webforms authentication. I don't want to use the 'membership' features in this case because I don't want to modify the database schema with all the membership elements that I won't use, and I don't need to support users across multiple applications. I want to wind up with one simple 'users' table that has username, password, passwordSalt, and several other fields to support custom user attributes specific to this application.
but it's rather dated... is this still valid? I'm looking for guidance on what I need to do to implement a custom webforms auth solution. A very basic skeleton I can expand upon, or a good tutorial/guide that illustrates the necessary parts... just the basics..
I have set up a directory on my IIS web server that is protected by "Integrated Windows authentication". I want visitors to be required to enter a name and password to view files in the protected directory except if they are following a link to files in the protected directory from a certain page on my website.
I am doing this to try to get better protection from search engine spidering than is provided by using a robots.text file.
I am using ASP.NET 3.5 with VB. I am wondering if there is a way to pass the log on credentials to the IIS server via a link, or if there is a way to fill in the name and password for the login screen automatically, or something else that would work. It is OK if the login name and password are visible to the visitors.
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.
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...