C# - Disable Authentication On Subfolder Of An App Using Windows Authentication

Apr 26, 2010

Is it possible to disable windows authentication on one or more subfolders of an ASP.net application using windows authentication?

For example:

A website contains several other folders that contain parts of the overall application: /frontend,/backend, /login

The bin folder is on the same level as these subfolder, i.e. the root of the website.

All of these subfolders contain pages that use binaries that reside in the bin folder of the root of the website.

The user must input windows credentials when visiting a page in the backend folder, but not when visiting a page in the login or frontend folder.

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