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Default Windows Authentication

Does any one know how to pass username and password to IIS server by using a windows authentication. I have a web form in which I want users to authenticate by sending their credentials and then authenticate them via windows authentication. I am aware that you can do this easily by changing the web.config file and setting the properties on IIS; however is there a way to do this programmatically, say in C#?

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