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How to use Windows Integrated Authentication in a Web form -- WSS 3.0

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Hello Experts.

I'm using Sharepoint WSS 3.0 on SBS '03.  Currently, I'm using Windows Integrated Authentication for an extranet site.  I don't want to change that authentication method, but I do want to use a web-based form instead of the IIS pop-up login prompt.

So my question is this: Can I use Windows Integrated Authentication in a web-form?  (I'm assuming there is a way, but most documentation I've found seems to refer to Windows Integrated Authentication OR Form-Based authentication.)

If the answer is yes, can someone provide a link to a good how-to reference?

Thanks.
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by:Greg Besso
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Not sure if you are able to use ISA server in your existing environment, but using ISA, can use NTLM or Kerberos to use FBA.
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I'm not using ISA.

I've been trying to implement the ActiveDirectoryMembership Provider but haven't resolved my issue as yet.

Currently, WSS sites won't allow me to browse AD from the peoplepicker.
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Are you trying to authenticate with AD accounts and having an issue, or are you trying to browse a lsit of AD users in a "Assigned To" type of entry field in a form?

Also, are you using domain accounts for all your wss services?
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I'm having trouble authenticating. Receiving a "Check your username/password message" on the login.aspx and then in the Application Log it writes a error 1315 with "Membership credential verification failed" message.  

I am using domain accounts for my services. The service account is in the domain admin group.
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Greg Besso earned 2000 total points
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Hmmmm. that seems to be...
1315 The name provided is not a properly formed account name.

Perhaps something to do with SBS? I know there are a lot of "tweaks" to get SBS to be more efficient for running multiple apps on one machine. but have heard a lot of places where a "typical" installation of something is somehow different when on SBS.

But really not sure how to help with this. I am only familiar with this type of authentication by using ISA server. Works like a charm.  
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