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I am using oc4j application server and servlets as a client in my web application. In my application user need to supply his user-id and password. To avoide giving another user-id and password to users, I would like to use NT domain authentication, where in user supplies
domain\user-id and password. Now the servlet should take this info and contact the NT domain authentication server to validate the user-id and password.

How to do this? Is there any built-in support for this in OC4J?

Thanks and regds
-raju
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