Re: what difference between Integrated Windows Authentication in IIS configuration and Active Directory
Date: 28 Jan 2005 11:07:58 -0800
Ken - Thank you very much for your reply.
Could I make following conclusion?
1. If web server (windows 2000) is in the same domain as Active
Directory, then you use IWA to authenticate username/password and
doamin is actually using AD, right?
2. If web server is in the different domain from AD, then you use IWA
means you authenticate the username/paswword and domain through
whereever domain the web server locate and you could not really use AD,
Again, thanks a lot for all your help.
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