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Has anybody considered adding Windows authentcation? In a corporate environment, this is a cool way to avoid additional user accounts, since the users are likely to be authenticated against a domain already. The web server will usually provide the actual authentication and make the user name available to the back end code.

-- MartinKuhne - 05 Nov 2002

Your will find a detailed description under the topics NoIntranetUserLogon or CookbookWindowsIISSetup (for Windows IIS webserver only).

-- MarkusKling - 05 Nov 2002

There are no drop in Windows authentication methods for an Apache web server, however there are couple of routes that are almost there. See TransparentAuthentication for some starting points.

-- MattWilkie - 05 Nov 2002

OOPS. Apparently, I did not do enough research on this one. Thanks

-- MartinKuhne - 05 Nov 2002

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