From: Kevin Jackson (kjackson_at_powerwayinc.com)
Date: Wed, 6 Aug 2003 16:52:50 -0500
I'm using a third party upload component called ASPUpload to upload files
with IIS 6.0.
I've turned anonymous access off.
Using Integrated Authentication or Basic Authentication, I can upload a file
and save it to the local hard drive.
Now I want to save the file from the ASP page to a share point.
>From a browser logged in as a user that has access to this share point I use
basic authentication and login and the file is saved to the share point.
The ASP ran in the context of the user I typed in which is the user the
machine is logged into anyway.
If I switch to Integrated Authentication, the browser doesn't prompt me for
username and password as one would expect but I get a 500 back when
ASPUpload attempts to write to the share point (UNC form)
If I change the path back to a local drive, the file is copied.
I'm within an intranet and I would assume my credentials would be
Why does this work with basic but not Integrated? Any ideas?