Re: Signle-Sign on web application running on IIS
From: Nicole Calinoiu (calinoiu)
Date: Sun, 9 Oct 2005 09:14:17 -0400
Why not simply use windows authentication for the application? This would
take care of requirement #1 as long as the user's IE settings allow for
automatic transmission of his Windows credentials. It would presumably also
remove the need for requirement #2 entirely since your application would not
need to maintain a separate list of users for authentication purposes.
"Deepak" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hello All,
> I have a asp.net web application running on win2003 web server in a
> single domain. The database is SQL Server running on a separate
> database server in the same domain. Now i have following tasks to do:
> 1. Make the web application Single-Sign on so that once a user entered
> in the domain, he need not be asked his credentials again to access the
> web application. (Even not from the IIS)
> 2. To develop a web service(s)/component(s)/any other solutions by
> which my database can be update automatically if new users are
> added/deleted/modified in the domain by the administrator. In detail i
> can say if a user is added in the domain, his infomration should also
> stored in the database so that administrator can save his time to enter
> the same information againg for the web application.
> I am near to the solution for Task 1, but i don't have any idea about
> how to achieve Point Task 2.
> Please give me some ideas regading these tasks.