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First I will describe my environment: Windows Server 2008 R2 x64, IIS 7, SQL Server 2008 and MOSS 2007 Enterprise Edition SP2 x64.
I am trying to setup SharePoint 2007 portal to use Windows integrated authentication with Authorization Manager (AzMan) as role provider.
I have set up an authorization store and defined a set of roles in there. Further I configured the web.configs of my SharePoint environment to use AzMan as role provider.
In IIS I see the roles appearing, but unfortunately those roles are not available in my SharePoint portal. I also see notification in IIS stating that Forms authentication has to be used
What should I do to configure it correctly? Is it even possible to use AzMan with Windows authentication in SharePoint 2007?
Thanks in advance.
With kind regards,
Hii'm trying to set up Sharepoint in DMZ. the sql server is inÃÂ corporate domain, the sharepoint farm inÃÂ perimeter domain (dmz).
A trust relationship is established in which the perimeter domain trusts the corporate domain
the problem is this: when i run sharepoint configuration wizard i cannot connect to sql server using windows authentication- i get those error messages on sql server:
error1: Login failed for user ''. The user is not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection. [CLIENT: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]
(please note the username does not show up, xxx - ip address )
error2: SPI handshake failed with error code 0x80090311 while establishing a connection with integrated security; the connection has been closed. [CLIENT:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]
so i runÃÂ "psconfig" per microsoft articleÃÂ ÃÂ http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932376/en-usÃÂ and used SQL authentication.
that worked fine. wizard completed, i'm able to conect to sharepoint configuration site, but when i want to create a new web application and use windows a
I have an extended Sharepoint web application which allows windows authentication access and in the Reporting Services Integration section in Central admin i have selected windows authentication. I have written a SQL report which uses an XML datasource
and uses windows authentication to connect to the sharepoint lists.
I can preview the report from within Business Intelligence Studio and it returns the data correctly. I created a document library and set it up for reports, deployed my solution and tried to run the report but i get the error :
An error has occurred during report processing. (rsProcessingAborted)
Cannot impersonate user for data source 'MyDataSourceName'(rsErrorImpersonatingUser) . This data source is configured to use Windows integrated security. Windows integrated security is either disabled for this report server or your report server
is using Trusted Account mode. (rsWindowsIntegratedSecurityDisabled)
I can across this link (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/librar
I'm curious if its possible to get windows auth working with asp.net webpages/webmatrix.
I've got it published to IIS with windows auth turned on and anonymous/forms/basic turned off.
I'm guessing the WebSecurity Helper probably won't work here but can you access User.Identity.Name etc?
Sorry for the newbie questions, I've only just started working with asp.net ^^,
How to create a virtual directory and get benefit of the IIS. Is there a workaround to accomplish this without the Windows Authentication for Windows 7 Home Premium Edition?
Thanks in advance,
I am using SQL Server 2008 under windows authentication, front end is ASP.NET which uses COM+ to access database.
COM+ components are configured to run as domain user.
When looking through the logs (SQL Profiler), I can see the login name as the configured identity instead of windows indentity.
I have got Website running under "Intergrated Windows Authentication" and database is running locally on webserver.
Web configure contains entry for <identity impersonate="true"/>.
My connection string is
connectionString="data source=db01\test01;initial catalog=test; integrated security=SSPI;persist security info=False; Trusted_Connection=Yes"
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