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

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?

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Greg BessoConnect With a Mentor IT Solutions EngineerCommented:
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.  
Greg BessoIT Solutions EngineerCommented:
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.
soapygusAuthor Commented:
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.
Greg BessoIT Solutions EngineerCommented:
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?
soapygusAuthor Commented:
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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