Web Forms :: Get Machine Name Of User Accessing Website
Dec 16, 2012
Dim sWindowUser As String = ""sWindowUser = ExtractPureUsername(WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent().Name)
sWindowUser = ExtractPureUsername(HttpContext.Current.Request.ServerVariables("AUTH_USER"))
It ran properly in my development environment and I deployed it onto my 2008 server. The web site keep promoting me for user windows username and password. I entered my username & password but the site keep prompting me over and over again.
i have a .JPG file in my local machine which has to be sent as body of SMTP mail.Path of image D://foldername//imagename.jpg The code I run is in the server mc. I want it to access my local machine's d: folder to get the image file. But it is accessing the server mc's d: folder. How can this be done?
I have log files in different machines. Now i am developing a web page in my development machine (Windows XP, IIS 5.1 installed). In the web page i want to give a link(may be hyperlink or linkbutton). On clicking the link it should access the log file in the particular machine and it should give a popup with open and save option as given in the normal web applications. I am using the following code snippet but its throwing error "Cannnot resolve the URL"
We've deployed some reports from a server machine which can be accessed without any problems if you are logged onto the server itself by going to the URL of http://servername/ReportServer. However if we try and access the reports from a client machine (even if we use the same administrator Windows account) we get the Windows security window appear asking for a Username and Password to be entered in order to connect to the server. We've tried entering this but we then just get a blank screen after being re prompted a few times to enter the details.
Now I'm not sure whether this will be a Reporting Services or a Windows issue. Could it be a setting within IIS? It can't really be a user thing as the same user works on the server but not on the Client machine so it's more of a machine problem. It's as if there are some authentication settings somewhere that need to be set.
my form is having a label and a button, assume that you opened my website in ur system through url and now when u click the button it has to read a text file from the specified path in ur machine and display the data in label. i mean whatever machine is running my program it has to read the data from specific path from current running client machine.
I've developed a C# Windows forms application that I want to market. I also have a web site built using aspx.net. I would like to have a customer download my application from my website to their machine and install it or save it. I've never tried this before, but it appears to be standard stuff for downloading anything from a web site.
I want to access one image file residing in C: of the client's machine. I know with the help of file upload control (or say input type=file), this would be easy. Due to nature of my application (Its a KIOSK application), user is not expected to select file. I am just wondering how should I implement reading file without using file upload control. I want to store this file in Images folder of server. I am beginner to WCF. Should I look towards WCF?
I've got a web site that has a master page and that master page (mpMaster that has a user control ucControl1) which has a sub user control (ucControl2), this user control has a property which accepts a value. Now, I have a page that uses the master page and on this page I have another user control (ucPageControl), I need to find a way of setting the value in ucControl2 from ucPageControl. Is this possible at all?
I developed a test application using VS 2008 (ver: 9.0.30729.1. sp) and .net work (ver:3.5 sp1) using master pages,style sheets, ajax extenders etc.
I moved the whole website to another machine running VS Team System 2008 (windows xp) with the same above versions. The functionality of the application works fine, but the stylesheet seems to be affected. I have centered the whole application (fixed 960px). But when I ran the same app in new machine running windows xp the content area is getting floated or left justified. Is there anything that I need to take care when I move from one os to the other. What is causing this behavior? I tested using IE 8.
how can I get the private ip of client system from a website hosted on public ip in ASP.Net C#? while i am checking userhostname, it's showing the global IP of the Internet connectivity which is the same for all the machines in the network.
I am developing the web application in Asp.net 2008 under WinXP SP2 32bit. I am able to publish it in the local system and Test server. When i move this to production sever i am facing problems. The production environment OS is Windows Server 2003 Standard 64bit. When i am accessing login page i am getting this error "../../login.aspx/ has not been pre-compiled and cannot be requested". What could be causing the error message? Any IIS settings, or .NET 2.0 settings which prevents IIS from loading the compiled files?
I asked a question in another forum about SQL Server 2008 R2 Developer Edition and the number of simultaneous users it supports. I was told that there was no limit on the SQL Server 2008 R2 Developer Edition itself with regard to the number of simultaneous users that could be connected but that Windows 7 has a limit of 10 simultaneous logged in users. So my first question lead me to another question. 10 users is fine for debugging and small testing but what route do I take when my site goes public and needs to service more than 10 users at once? Am I even supposed to be running a public website on a Windows 7 Operating System or is that a job for Windows Server 2008 R2? If I purchase Windows Server 2008 R2 do you purchase a license for a specific amount of simultaneous users?
I have a Windows 7 machine hosting a Windows 7 virtual machine. I am developing a web application using visual studio 2010 on my host machine. I want to run the application in debug mode and access my localhost server from a browser on the virtual machine. (The purpose of this is to be able to debug an application that uses Windows Authentication using different users without having to log off and on for different users on my host machine...)
I am using a bridged connection for the virtual machine. I googled how to solve this problem and most of the threads that I found said that if I was using a bridged connection, I could access the server on the host machine by just entering the IP address of my host machine into the url in the browser of the virtual machine. I have tried some different urls using the IP but none of them have worked.
As an example, suppose I run my web application in visual studio on my host machine and its url is
Assume also that I ran ipconfig in CommandPrompt on my host machine and found out that the IP address for my host machine is xxx.xxx.xxx.x. What url should I enter on the virtual machine to access my web application?
I set up IIS to host the web project. After that, I just added the following line (xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is my IP) to my hosts file and I was able to access the website from the virtual machine:
On our website users can sign up. The sign up controls (converted to a template) has the usual text boxes and then the create user button. When pressing this button the account is created. After reloading the website, the user can see his credentials in his 'my account' tab. Question: How can we access the newly created user (especially his userid) right after the create user button was clicked? Right now this does not work, we can only start accessing this after the page has been reloaded. But surely the account is created the instant the button was pressed. I have tried this:
I am currently working on an application implementing custom localization features. I have created a number of web user controls for different activities on user designed pages. I wish make my webcontrols to check if the page using the control is a simple page or content page of a master page. In case of simple page we need to change page direction from ltl to rtl. In case of content page we need to change direction of master page.
I am developing a website in ASP.NET. I wanted to know how can I give a static path to my website on my local mahcine such that it will always be deployed on port number. For eg: in php, the path can always be http://localhost/websitename
but in ASP.NET, whenever, I debug the website for testing, it is always deployed to a new port number. This prevents me from testing my script which can only be given a static name in Greasemonkey.
I need to restrict access to my website by physical PC. When a user signs up I want to be able to restrict access to one machine for that account so it cannot be shared round, if, for example, somebody else in the same office wanted to access the system on their PC they would need a seperate sign in.
I have done some investigation and I "think" the only way is installing an ActiveX component (which isn't an issue that is restricts to IE only) and then read the users MAC address. Am I trying to over complicate things or is that the only way? I realise that MACS can be spoofed but this is not much of an issue.
I have looked everywhere for how to do this and all I come up with is threads describing how to expose public properties. I have a USER CONTROL in my Master page. It is a search box with a text box and a dropdown for search type (last name, account number, etc) and a search button. When the user clicks the search button, I open a new page that displays the results. How do I pass the values from the USER CONTROL search fields to the new page? I would post code, but I have nothing to post yet since I don't know where to start. I have tried exposing the public property of the user control, but I don't know how to retrieve those values on the results page.
When I use a Master Page with a Content Page, in the Content Page script I find that User object is defined, with Identity and IsInRole properties. However, when I enter script on the Master Page itself User comes up as "not declared".
I am guessing that User is embedded in some namespace that is automatically imported to Content pages, but haven't been able to track it down.
I am working on a page called Edit.aspx and on that page is a User Control.
Note: I need to access the User Control from a button that is on the Edit Page. Once I get a handle of the User Control then I need to access a DataList on that user control and finally I need to get the ID of a dropDownList on the User Control
This is all the code I have,Goal: From the Edit page I want to drill backwards to the UserControl/DataList/DropDownList
'Geting the user control
Dim ctrl2 As UC_SiteTemplate2 = CType(Page.LoadControl("~/UC/SiteTemplate2.ascx"), UC_SiteTemplate2)
'accessing drop down list from user control
Dim xListNumber1 As DropDownList = New DropDownList() xListNumber1 = ctrl2.FindControl("DDLOrderList1")