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Different between Basic Authentication and Integrated Authentication

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Hi, what are the different between Basic Authentication and Integrated Authentication? Another related question; if we have a web application that required to validate users against Active Directory, is it possible to validate them from a computer is not part of that domain where users are member of using either Basic Authentication or Integrated Authentication?
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Basic authernication requires the user to specify a name/password.
Integrated authentication uses kerbros - do if the user has already logged into a trusted AD domain then no username password is required again

Since integrated authentication requires a trust with authenticating computer you can only use this between machines in the same (or a trusted) domain.
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Basic Authentication - http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/WindowsServer2003/Library/IIS/abbca505-6f63-4267-aac1-1ea89d861eb4.mspx?mfr=true
Integrated Authentication - http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/WindowsServer2003/Library/IIS/abbca505-6f63-4267-aac1-1ea89d861eb4.mspx?mfr=true
I would think that as long as the user has a name and password with basic they should be able to get in....however let one of the IIS guys help with that one.
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Mike
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Basic authernication requires the user to specify a name/password.
Integrated authentication uses kerbros - do if the user has already logged into a trusted AD domain then no username password is required again

Since integrated authentication requires a trust with authenticating computer you can only use this between machines in the same (or a trusted) domain.
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>Since integrated authentication requires a trust with authenticating computer you can only use this between machines in the same (or a trusted) domain.
So does that mean it's possible to do that(validate against AD from a computer not in the same domain) using Basic Authentication?
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Essentially - yes
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