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obtaining NT logon

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Is it possible to obtain the NT user logon in an asp application.  I am developing an asp application and write entries to a database, but also need to record the NT logon of the person making the db updates.  If its possible, can anyone tell me how.  Thanks.
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The NT logon user can be obtained by:
Request.ServerVariables("LOGON_USER")

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