Re: Access Network Resources On Untrusted Domains
From: Hardmandez (Hardmandez_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 2004 06:33:11 -0700
It accesses it using the UNC path that it gets from a registry setting.
Problem is it needs to be a solution that is not going to cause a prompt for
a username and password for the local box or the box's domain.
> How is the app server accessing the share? Through a drive mapping or UNC?
> "Hardmandez" <Hardmandez@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Hi Everyone,
> > I am clasping at straws here but maybe someone has some ideas. Some
> > have developed an application for us that runs split across two
> > servers(web/app server). The app server needs to access a share on the
> > server which contains a pdf file that it sends to a server for storing.
> > There are no trust between the domains the two servers live in and the
> > account is disabled for security reasons as it will be an internet facing
> > application. Can anyone think of away of getting rounds this that doesn;t
> > involve anything particularly in secure, or something mad like mapping a
> > drive.
> > I'm just trying to save the coders from having to rewrite the app.
> > Cheers