How can I make my customer, situated in a different domain, access my database using SSMS using Windows authentication?
Can you please direct me to step-by-step guidance.
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I manage a domain (MyDomain) that is trusted by a domain (TheirDomain) in which there is a Sharepoint site I wish to connect to. The trust in place is one way non transitive (i.e. the TheirDomain trusts MyDomain).
My SPS knowledge is quite limited but from looking around online it seems, in order for the admin in that domain to add individual users from this domain to their SPS site that various changes are required to their SPS instance (involving stsadm commands
amoung other things).
In an effort to find the easiest solution, instead of adding each user in MyDomain individually to the SPS server could we have an admin from TheirDomain add a domain security group from MyDomain into a security group in TheirDomain and then allow that security
group basic read only access to the SPS server.
Any advice would be appreciated?
Here is what I want to do:I have a local site in which I want to display data from a remote siteLets say: I want to display data of http://www.abc.com/Default.aspx on my localhostNow Default.aspx requires some post-data which it sends to itself. Thus the __viewstate and __eventvalidation are posted back to it by itself. I want to directly post the data to Default.aspx from localhost without opening Default.aspx and display the Default.aspx's response on my localhost.The WebApp on http://www.abc.com is configured for __eventvalidation i.e. I cannot post-data to it from my localhost without getting a __viewstate from it. I also have to post the current __viewstate of http://www.abc.com/Default.aspx to itselfHow can I accomplish it?
I created one application, and I need to authenticate local user. This user is the user who is login to his/her Personal Computer.. Main thing his that he/she does not in any DOMAIN... I want NON-DOMAIN authentication.. any how.... please help...
I get this error when trying to access a self hosted wcf service...
An error occurred while trying to make a request to URI 'http://localhost:2363/Service1.svc'. This could be due to attempting to access a service in a cross-domain way without a proper cross-domain policy in place, or a policy that is unsuitable for SOAP services. You may need to contact the owner of the service to publish a cross-domain policy file and to ensure it allows SOAP-related HTTP headers to be sent. This error may also be caused by using internal types in the web service proxy without using the InternalsVisibleToAttribute attribute. Please see the inner exception for more details.
Can someone please explain what I need to do to get this to work, I do not have any cross domain policy file. And don't know how that is supposed to look like.
I'm bangin' my head against the wall here. I'm not even sure what I want to do is possible.
I have developed an ASP.NET app that will only be run on my local network (which incorporates a Windows Domain). It's running on IIS 7.5.
I want to do this:
Dim username as string = Httpcontext.Current.User.Identity.Name
My problem is this: If I don't turn off Anonymous Authentication and ASP.NET Impersonation, I don't get the results I'm looking for. (if Anonymous is allowed, I get an empty string returned for username, and if ASP.NET impersonation is allowed, then "username" is always whatever account is associated with impersonation, like "Network Service"). If I turn those off and then turn Windows Authentication on, it works, but only after a dialog box presents itself asking for the Windows Credentials.
What I'm trying to do is NOT require the users to log in. Since they've already logged into the domain when they signed on their computer, I'd like to just allow them access to the ASP.NET application I've written, and identify who they are (based on their previous Windows login) using the line of code above. I don't need them to re-authenticate, because they're already a
I have 3 SiteCollections say
1. Default - http://Mysite.com
2. SubSite1 - http://Site1.MySite.com
3. Site1 - http://MySite2.com
4. Site2 - http://MySite3.com
var bFrameCount =0;
var iframecreater = "<iframe id=\"iframeLogout"+bFrameCount+"\" height=\"50px\" width=\"50px\" frameborder=\"0\" src=\""+args+"\" scrolling=\"no\" ></iframe>";
document.getElementById('divContainer').innerHTML = document.getElementById('divContainer').innerHTML + iframecreater;
Hi AllI have an interweb web application that uses Active Directory to authenticate the user.Im now getting some complaints that users on other domains are unable to access the application.How can i make it work so that their domain name is also accepted by the application?
Getting the following error...
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mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt;
mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman";
mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman";
i am getting following errors to run WCF 4.0 web services.
after commenting following lines in web.config file now wcf project is working fine. what is the wrong in my side.
<!--<standardEndpoints> <webHttpEndpoint> <standardEndpoint name="" helpEnabled="true" automaticFormatSelectionEnabled="false" maxReceivedMessageSize="2147483647" crossDomainScriptAccessEnabled="true" /> </webHttpEndpoint></standardEndpoints>-->
How does cross domain users (in the same forest) get authenticated/ authorized in MOSS 2007 site (Windows Authentication).
Is it possible? If yes, then how? and if no then appreciate any workaround.