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Identify the souce of a login request.

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When a login request is sent to the Windows 2003 server is there any way to indentify the source of the request?  I need to be able to identify whether or not the request came from an application or from the msgina/winlogin.   Currently I have a sub authentication dll that works fine for logging on to the domain, but it interferes with login requests from other applications, such as MS Exchange, that I want to just "pass through".
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as far as windows is concerned there is pretty much auditing and not much else as far as i know
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thanks for you reply.  we called ms and found out that the process name is only available to the lsa ... no way to get that value from sub authentication.  guess we'll just have to find a different approach.  thanks anyway.
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