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AD Authentication to my web application from ASP.Net 2.0 Login Control

PillalamarriVenkateswaraRao
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Dear All,

  I'm designing a page in Visual Developer 2005 Express Edition. In this one we are placing one Login Control. Through this login control I need to connect AD and depending on the authentication I need to develop some more logic. Please suggest me which way I need to proceed.

Thanks,
Rao.
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Hai jinal,
Any download or code is there in that URL ?
Anyway Guys,
I used the below URL to connect AD from my normal web application. But I don't get any luck.
http://it.toolbox.com/blogs/coding-dotnet/using-active-directory-to-authenticate-7966
Please check it once.
Thanks.
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Hello guys,
The below blog had given Basic idea on how to do Windows Authentication and how to get the username after logging is completed.
Thanks to scott.
http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2006/07/12/Recipe_3A00_-Enabling-Windows-Authentication-within-an-Intranet-ASP.NET-Web-application.aspx
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I'm moving to one more step that, At present I had given Without any Sign In Button.
What I want to do is, I want to implement a SharePoint in Built Sign In Control In my web application. How Can I do this One ?
In Detailed,
I want to place a Sing -In Button in my web page, So that a person click that sign in button then he need to authenticate with Windows.  And I need an option that Sign with another User.
Please provide me the guidelines on this one.
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After my long research I concluded that We can't design Sing In/Sing Out/ Sign In as different User Functionality in our normal web applications with Windows Authentication.
And I'm very thankful to you guys for guidelines and URLs.

Thanks.
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