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Default Authenticating Windows Password

The following link will take you to code that you can place in an application. you can then have someone use their windows username and password as an authenticating signiture within that application.
this will go against Active Directory instead of the local machine. that way if any user can be logged in to the computer running the application and a different user can log into the application.

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