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Default Login Across Domains

What I need to do is to capture the user's NT login name (using User.Identity.Name for example) but the webserver is on a different domain to the users. The problem is, is when they try to access the App, they keep getting the user/password/domain prompt box up - which is not what I want.
Note, it will work if I set up the app as anonymous user login - but then I cant capture their NT Login Id - which is no good either.

Please can anyone help so that the users from another domain can log on seemlessly to my app, without getting the login popup box.

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