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Is there a way to allow pass through authentication using windows server 2003 R2, IIS, asp?

I know this is can be accomplish by using asp.net but I'm currently running asp pages.
example: I want the domain computers in an office to connect to the intranet and if their username and password from their machine is allowed, they will not be prompted to login. Otherwise, a prompt will appear.
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Ahh single sign on... http://blogs.neudesic.com/blogs/michael_morozov/archive/2006/03/17/72.aspx
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/837104
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms945055.aspx
I've not done it myself, but it appears there is a lot of interest and folks who have
-rich
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I read the aricles but it seems to focus on asp.net and not classic asp.

Can a .config file control the security for a classic asp page as well using IIS?
My requirements are that both classic asp and asp.net have the ability to log in with pass through authentication.

If so, is there a detailed article (step by step)?

Thanks
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here is a SSO implementation in java...
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/java/library/j-gss-sso/
If you use IE, you don't even need to do anything other than disable anonymous access to those sites and use intergrated authentication instead. If you set your intranet site up to resolve to http://intranet_site (no .com or other dot something), as long as you've authenticated to the domain it should just work http://support.microsoft.com/?id=258063 Again that's IE only, and not use domain.com or ip.ip.ip.ip, that way IE treats the site as an intrAnet site and not an internet site.
-rich

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The way I finally solved it was using a domain controller. Created a GPO (Group Policy) and enabled it to be required for all domain machines. Once any domain machine requires data from the DC it downloads the GPO and applies the settings on the computer's Internet Option for Local Sites.
More Info: http://www.stbernard.com/ip5kb/iPrism/Networking/Sessions-Clients/Browsers/IP0308.htm

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