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IIS site restricting with AD group

Posted on 2014-03-27
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Hi,
how would I restrict site A with a particular AD group?
for example> IT Site only requires to be viewed and executed by IT AD group
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arnold earned 500 total points
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Within the IIS configuration/security you would remove the anonymous access and and use integrated authentication with only the AD group having access on the sites folder.

using your own credential management simplifies things.
I.e. Access the site runs an A .net that uses integrated auth against the AD. If the credentials are valid based on your setup access is granted to the underlying data.
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