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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...
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I have a general question. developer team does not have direct access to server. But they frequently need to dig logs for errors. (yes we have a test server but when switched to prod. environment, programs sometimes give errors that are need to be
digged in prod)
Is it ok to "share" the folder program files\common files\microsoft shared\web server extensions\12\logs folder, so they can map the Web front End's logs folder to their computers ?
I dont really think it sounds good to make a sharing on production server like this,it is a sort of customization, I need your advices. is there a significant disadvantage that causes "don't!!" for this kind of operation?
Thanks in advance..