You should be able to accomplish this by adding the domains you expect to
logon into the NT security for those files. We create a group and add the
"domain name"\domain users
This will give access to all users in that particular domain. Since we only
have about 5 domains here it works out well...
> Reply To: How To
> Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2001 9:54 PM
> To: How To
> Subject: RE: Is this possible with NT Authentication?
> Thanks for the responses.
> The project I am working on is a dynamic organizational chart which shows
> how employees and departments report to each other. I have a table of
> employees and their information, along with their NT logins. Upon viewing
> the orgchart page for the first time I wanted to get their NT id through
> NT authentication with IIS and then when their orgchart record is
> displayed I would have an edit option available. People inside of our
> domain don't see the logon message because the browser takes care of it
> invisibly. People outside of the domain are going to view the orgchart
> and they receive the NT authentication message. I was hoping there was a
> way for people not in our domain to not see the NT logon message. I have
> tried to configure the security in IIS every possible way I could and I
> think this may be a limitation of Internet Explorer.
> Andrew Freund