Re: NTLM Authentication

From: Paul Lynch (
Date: 09/17/02

From: Paul Lynch <>
Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 16:52:29 +0100

On Tue, 17 Sep 2002 08:12:42 -0700, "Andy" <>

>Hi All:
>I am trying to authenticate a directory using Integrated
>Windows Authentication. The primary domain controller is
>on a different machine then the one where IIS is hosted.
>If I create a local user the authentication workes fine,
>but if I try to authenticate using a user in the primary
>domain controller I am getting a 401.1 error. I have set
>User Rights Assignment>Access this computer from the
>network: to everyone and even individual users for testing
>purposes, but nothing seems to work.
>Any help would be much appricated.


Set the DefaultLogonDomain property to reflect the proper domain :

How to Authenticate a User Against All Trusting Domains;EN-GB;q168908


Paul Lynch

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