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Can AD be used to log into a web application

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I want to use AD to log into my web app.  This is going to launch from our intranet and need to secure it.
I want to use AD and I want to retain the username for use within the application.  Anyone done this..share the coding?  I am using Expression Web with VB and asp.net.

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Yes it is possible to od it .
read this
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/IP/LDAP_Using_VBnet.aspx
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That will get me started..I will open another question if I need more clarification.
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thank you
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