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Authenticate user against 2003 AD using VB.net

Posted on 2008-10-09
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I am working on an application in which i need the user to login and authenticate against our AD. There will be a form with user name and password fields the user will fill out. when the form is submitted i want the code to check that username/password against the AD to see if its valid. Anyone help would be greatly appreciated.

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This tutorial tells you exactly how to approach it. It also has the LogonUser API function in VB, very cool site.
http://aspalliance.com/39
 
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