By enabling the Windows Integrated Authentication checkbox for the web application through settings in IIS.
Forms Authentication is used in Internet based scenarios, where its not practical to provide a Windows based account to each and every user to the Web Server. In a Forms Authentication environment, the user enters credentials, usually a User Name and a corresponding Password, which is validated against a User Information Store, ideally a database table.
Forms Authentication Ticket is the cookie stored on the user's computer, when a user is authenticated. This helps in automatically logging in a user when he/she re-visits the website. When a Forms Authentication ticket is created, when a user re-visits a website, the Forms Authentication Ticket information is sent to the Web Server along with the HTTP Request.