.NET Tutorials, Forums, Interview Questions And Answers
Welcome :Guest
Sign In
Register
 
Win Surprise Gifts!!!
Congratulations!!!


Top 5 Contributors of the Month
Easy Web
Imran Ghani
Post New Web Links

Reading Windows Username

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 09, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

I need to read the Windows Username (I don't want to switch to windows authintecation).  I just need to read the username so that I can insert into the logon form and the user just type the password.  Can someone tell me how to do this.  I do understand that to work on client machines I would need to use javascript.  I am using vwd 2005.

 

Mike 




View Complete Post


More Related Resource Links

Reading and Writing Images From a Windows Mobile Database using UltraLite 10(C#)

  
Periodically I get a request for information on how to read and write binary data to a database running on Windows Mobile. If you search the Internet you can typically find examples that are available on Windows Desktops or allow you to read and write to a local file system. The problem is that it can take a bit of work to get this code to work on Windows Mobile accessing a database.

Ultimately you might be asking, why would I want to store and image in a database? Well in an environment where you synchronizing data between a local mobile database and a consolidated (central) database this can be extremely useful. Imagine if an insurance adjuster went to an accident scene, took a picture of a damaged car, loaded it into his Windows Mobile database and then replicated that image up to the Insurance headquarters for approval. All of this could be done in a very short period of time when using images in the database. Another good example might be a doctor who was waiting for a patient chart to become available. If you could store the image in a database this chart could be sent down to the doctor's device once it became available.

For this article I am not going to get into how to synchronize the images to and from a remote and central database as this is typically fairly straightforward when using a data synchronization technologies like MobiLink

how do i create a windows form application login for to validate username and password from sql serv

  
 I would like to know how I can create a login form for my windows form application. The login form must be linked to a SQL server 2005 express edition database (in which the username and passwords are stored). The login form must validate the user using the database and allow them to access the program. 

Reading Certificate information in Windows Service

  
Hi, I have created windows service application, While starting the service i try to get the user certificate information using follwoing code. It is return nothing. but when i try to call the same set of code using windows application it returns the certificate. Can you provide any suggestion on why Windows service call not returning the certificate information. How we can get the certificate information in windows service application.     Dim matchedCertificate As X509Certificate2 = Nothing     Dim store As New X509Store(searchConfig.StoreName, searchConfig.StoreLocationEnumValue) store.Open(   OpenFlags.ReadOnly Or OpenFlags.OpenExistingOnly)     Dim matchedCertificates As X509Certificate2Collection = CType(store.Certificates, X509Certificate2Collection)     Dim findValue As Object     ' Apply all search criterias     For Each searchCriteria As SearchCriteria In searchConfig.SearchCriteria     ' Resolve tokens in findValue findValue = ResolveTokens(searchCriteria.FindValue) matchedCertificates =   DirectCast(matchedCertificates.Find(searchCriteria.FindTypeEnumValue, findValue, False), X509Certificate2Collection)       Trace.WriteLine(String.Format("Found {0} certs with search criteria {1}={2}", matchedCertificates.Count, s

Getting windows username using windows authentication

  
Hi,I am developing one intranet website. Being an intranet application, one of the requirement is to have a single sign on feature. It means that the windows PC username (i.e the "ctrl + alt + delete" username) is going to be the username for the system.How do i fetch that username?I tried the following two ways which are working in debug mode but not on live site.System.Security.Principal.IPrincipal user = System.Web.HttpContext.Current.User;        Response.Write(user.Identity.Name);&Response.Write(Request.ServerVariables["AUTH_USER"].ToString());Both the above method works when i run the page from visual studio.However when i run the page from IIS or any other server, it gives me a blank valuePlease help me as i cannot begin this project without solving this issue

Error reading .config file in Windows Forms app - Access is denied

  
I'm attempting to read a connection string from a .config file in a Windows Forms app on a test laptop. A previous version of the application worked just fine, but now I get a configuration exception thrown - "Configuration system failed to initialize." The inner exception message says - "An error occurred loading a configuration file: Access is denied". The user I'm logged in as is in the Administrators group and there's no obvious problems with the config file. The same config file works just fine on my dev machine so it's not an issue with ordering of the XML. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.If a response to your question is helpful or answers it please mark it as such!

Error reading .config file in Windows Forms app - Access is denied

  
I'm attempting to read a connection string from a .config file in a Windows Forms app on a test laptop. A previous version of the application worked just fine, but now I get a configuration exception thrown - "Configuration system failed to initialize." The inner exception message says - "An error occurred loading a configuration file: Access is denied". The user I'm logged in as is in the Administrators group and there's no obvious problems with the config file. The same config file works just fine on my dev machine so it's not an issue with ordering of the XML. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.If a response to your question is helpful or answers it please mark it as such!

visual studio 2010 and 2008 ide on windows 7 64 bit seems to be blocked from reading the registry

  

I am using:
1. visual studio 2008 and visual studio 2010
2. windows 7 ultimate
3. 64 bit gateway
4. I am using a third party control that has been registered using regsvr32
5. its wrapper was created with 64 bit aximp
6. The code runs but  in design mode nothing shows:
Warning 1 Class not registered (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040154 (REGDB_E_CLASSNOTREG))  0 0 

7.I used regedit and tried to give all the user's permission to read the registry entry for the item - didn't work.

8. The same code and situation works fine in windows vista home: which means  visual studio cannot read the registry on the windows 7 pc

What do I need to do


To find windows domain name and username in sql server

  

Hi experts,

 Any one pls tel  me the query to find the current working domain name with username in sql server.

Thanks

Abdul2010


Reading Server Response in windows application

  

Hi Friends,

I've got a scenario to work with. In that I've to develop a windows application. On that application when the user enters some  data it should be passed to a web application(Third party) and I need to get the response from that web application  or web page. The responses will be just APPROVED or DECLINED. But I've no idea how to do with this. Expecting your valuable reply. I'm developing application in .NET 4.0. Plz reply me ASAP. Thanks in advance.. One of my friend told me (not sure for him) it may be possible with web services. If yes, How?? 


Windows Service Applications Tutorials

  
You can easily create services by creating an application that is installed as a service. For example, suppose you want to monitor performance counter data and react to threshold values. You could write a Windows Service application that listens to the performance counter data, deploy the application, and begin collecting and analyzing data.

Serving Silverlight Apps from Windows Mobile

  
Even if mobile dev is not my every day work, thanks to the .Net Compact Framework, it's still .Net programming.

Here is the scenario:

You come back home, you have a windows mobile phone wifi capable and you want to quickly get access to your phone pictures from your home network.
You just activate the Wifi, run my app and then browse to the provided link from any computer on the network.

Getting Started with Windows SharePoint Services

  
Of all of the capabilities of SharePoint, I thought I would start with the most basic installation - as a corporate intranet. It is likely that we will need to discuss some of the elements of SharePoint as we go along, so this also gives us the opportunity to review these elements for future reference.

Before going into too much detail, I would like to point out that you can try the core SharePoint framework (known as Windows SharePoint Services or WSS) for free. On Microsoft's Web site you can download a trial version of Virtual PC 2004 (VPC). Using VPC, you can install the Windows 2003 Evaluation Kit and the WSS add-on. This combination will give you 45 days to evaluate the setup.

Building a Searchable Phone Directory with Windows SharePoint Services

  
I want to continue to build out the intranet site we've started in our previous articles. A standard item in every intranet is a staff/employee list. Most companies implementing Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) are large enough to have a database that contains all employees. We will use the aggregation features of SharePoint to include data from this database into our intranet.

Getting Started with Windows Communication Foundation

  
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) provides a unified framework for rapidly building service-oriented applications that makes it easy to build and consume secure, reliable, and transacted Web services. It unifies the capabilities in ASMX, WSE, Remoting, COM+, and MSMQ; therefore developers need to learn only one programming model.

Application Architecture in Windows Forms 2.0

  
Applications have special support in Windows Forms. For starters, you can manage and tailor your application's lifetime, and, when the work flow is disrupted by an unhandled exception, you can choose from several methods of response. Then, there are several application models that you can employ, including Single Document Interface (SDI) and Multiple Document Interface (MDI) applications, each of which can support either multiple-instance or single-instance mode, the former the VS05 default and the latter requiring special consideration. All applications, however, can discover and use a wide variety of information about the system and environment they execute in.

Application Architecture in Windows Forms 2.0-Single-MDI Applications

  
Consider an MDI application like Microsoft Excel; files opened from the file system (by double-clicking) are all opened as separate child windows within the parent Excel window.7 For the first instance of an MDI application to open a new child window to display the file that was passed to the second instance of the application, the second instance must be able to communicate with the initial instance.

Windows Presentation Foundation and your architecture

  
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is a new client user interface technology that ships as part of the .NET 3.0 Framework. Architects have long faced the challenge of selecting an appropriate presentation tier technology for their applications. In recent times, if you are developing for the Windows platform, it was at least a fairly short list. You either built a web application, a smart client, a mobile device, or some combination of those depending on your target audience. Which one you picked gave you a fairly short list of practical options in the .NET space - ASP.NET, Windows Forms, and Compact Framework respectively.
Categories: 
ASP.NetWindows Application  .NET Framework  C#  VB.Net  ADO.Net  
Sql Server  SharePoint  Silverlight  Others  All   

Hall of Fame    Twitter   Terms of Service    Privacy Policy    Contact Us    Archives   Tell A Friend