Re: ASP.NET Impersonation in a Windows 2003 non domain member serv



I have used it and it won't work for you either if the server isn't a domain
member. Sorry. :)

Joe K.

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"Johann Granados" <JohannGranados@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
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I found this article about Protocol Transition:
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms998355.aspx. It mentioned the
Service-for-User-to-Self (S4U2Self) for Kerberos implemented in Windows
Server 2003 (this service allows the developer to obtain a WindowsIdentiy
without passing out a password). The article does not mentioned if this
service works in a non domain member server but I guess it may does. Have
you ever heard this service? Have you used it?

Best regards,

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Johann Granados
MVP Compact Framework
Costa Rica, Central America




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