Basic Authentication IIS, change look of login popup

I have intranet website hosted on IIS. It has some ASP .NET pages... For that website, I have set "Basic Authentication" in IIS to authenticate the users...
So when i open that website, it prompts for userid/password and if user puts in windows login-password, it lets user to view the webpage...
My question is, is it possible to change the look and feel of that popup/dialogbox of userid/password prompt?
I am using Internet Explorer...
thanks so much
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Abhigyan SrivastavaCommented:
Normally no. But where there is a will there is a way. What you need to do is to design your own custom login form and then use code to authenticate the user against the AD or your server.

You can read the following two articles in the same order as they are given and let me know if you still has a doubt.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa479391.aspx
followed by
https://evolpin.wordpress.com/2012/08/24/iis-mixed-authentication-securing-a-web-site-with-basic-authentication-and-forms-authentication-2/

Best of luck.
ts84zsAuthor Commented:
thanks so much

i am looking into it..
ts84zsAuthor Commented:
it looks bit difficult...
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Abhigyan SrivastavaCommented:
Unless your requirement is non negotiable, I would suggest you leave the current site as it is. I, as a project manager, always have to take a call on such issues. I would categorized your customization as good to have but not a required functionality. You need to take a call if it justifies the effort and cost to do the customization. I, personally, will not be able to justify the efforts for just changing the look and feel.

That is why my earlier comment began with "Normally no...".

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ts84zsAuthor Commented:
thanks so much for the guidance...

I will keep this question open, till I confirm with my project manager. once its confirmed, i will close it...
thanks again...
Abhigyan SrivastavaCommented:
Ok. :)
Abhigyan SrivastavaCommented:
What did your PM said?
ts84zsAuthor Commented:
I still have to wait till he comes back... I will close this question and if i have to implement the new way, i will open another question...

thanks
Abhigyan SrivastavaCommented:
Ok. Let me know if you need any help.
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