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I am only finding pieces of this information.
Challenge: Have a standard page with a login box in the corner that is exposed on the web. The login will validate an employee against AD and also redirect them to a
I have found information on claims based authentication and the AD Membership provider. I have also found information on form based login pages. Most of these examples
though just modify the SharePoint form login. I want to create just a small login box on a page that is already created. The one thing that I can't seem to find any really solid information on is the redirect to a site collection.
Can anyone tie all of this together for me? Am I using the correct terminology and heading down the right path.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Active Directory Authentication with Login Control ASP.Net 3.5 or 4 Hello, I am trying to follow instructions on how to create a login page that tests against active directory. My issue is all of the tutorials seem to be written for ASP.NET 2.0. When I try to follow them I cannot get them to work. Does anyone have any tutorial or information for .NET 3.5 or 4.0?Thanks
Hello, I am trying to follow instructions on how to create a login page that tests against active directory. My issue is all of the tutorials seem to be written for ASP.NET 2.0. When I try to follow them I cannot get them to work. Does anyone have any tutorial or information for .NET 3.5 or 4.0?
i have a username and password in my portal... i want to connect to the active directory to verify the username and password of the user?
using c# .net
anyone can help me?
How to set SearchRoot Path in Active Directory in this
Functionality: We have scenario that
1<sup>st</sup> hit one LDAP server with some 'fixed user
name' &' fixed password ' and filter data
with specific User name(which given by user) getting 'User dn'.
After that we hit Next LDAP server based on the 'User
dn' getting from 1<sup>st</sup> server.
(So, in my case 1<sup>st</sup> LDAP
server works like as Load balancing server but functionalitywise it is
wi As System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity = _System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent()
Dim a As String() = HttpContext.Current.User.
I am have requirement like displaying all the user information reporting to specific manager from Active Directory.
Please help me regarding this.
When i try to List the users from Active directory, i get this exception.
Error while processing.System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80072020): An operations error occurred at System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry.Bind(Boolean throwIfFail) at System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry.Bind() at System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry.get_AdsObject() at System.DirectoryServices.DirectorySearcher.FindAll(Boolean findMoreThanOne) at System.DirectoryServices.DirectorySearcher.FindAll()
The code i used is :
deSearch.Filter = "(&(objectClass=user) (cn=" + UserName +"))";
SearchResultCollection results = deSearch.FindAll();
But the DirectoyEntry method is getting validated if i use the overloaded method : DirectoryEntry(_path, domainAndUsername, password);
Please advice me.
This article explains how you can use Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 2.0 to claims-enable Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) services and browser-based applications. The focus is on the token issuance functionality in AD FS 2.0. You'll find out how to use AD FS 2.0 as an identity provider; set up an AD FS 2.0 security token service (STS) to interact with WCF; federate AD FS 2.0 with your custom STS or another AD FS 2.0; enable Web single sign-on and federation with WS-Federation and SAML 2.0 protocols; and externalize authentication logic through Visual Studio. You'll come away appreciating how AD FS 2.0 and Windows Identity Foundation make programming identity solutions in Windows less of a chore.
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Real newbie question :-)
I currently get the current logged on user info from AD by using :
Label1.Text = Page.User.Identity.Name.ToString
However now I need to get the following :
Label2 = (this must show the current logged on user's email address)
Label3 = (this must show the current user's manager)
any help would be appreciated