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hi gurus,

i m tryn to develop an intranet, i want my web pages authenticated using windows domain authentication how can i do this in ASP on IIS.

thanks for help

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Hi there,

In IIS, locate your Website, right click it and then choose Properties. Switch to the Directory Security tab.
Next, click the Edit button in the "Anonymous access and authentication control" area.

Uncheck the checkbox for the Anonymous Access option, and enable Integrated Authentication.

Don't forget to grant your users access to the physical ASP files in your Website as well.

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