I'm making a members area for my site and I have it already running. I authenticate members using mysql and php and this works really well.
But now problems occurs, I would like to offer members a possibility to upload files to the systems, and those files should be available ONLY to logged in members.
I know I could store those files to a databa
I am trying access a REST API.
I can get it working in Curl/REST Client (the UI tool), with preemptive authentication enabled.
But, using urllib2, it doesn't seem to support this by default and I can't find a way to turn it on.
Solution Here's a simple Preemptive HTTP basic auth handler, based on the code from urllib2.HTTPBasicAuthHan
Consider a site used for an intranet which should also be accessible from the internet. On the intranet you want to use Windows Authentication and on the internet you want the users to access the site using forms authentication.
Is it possible to set up a mixed-mode with these two? I just want to validate that the user is logged in with either of
The title may seem a little weird but what I find around the internet is methods to sign on to stuff automatically with windows domain authentication (Single Sign On), but that is not what I want.
In my use case I want to explicitly ask the person to enter their windows domain user/password combination to make sure that the person performing the t
I have some core ASP code that I want to expose both by secure web pages (using Forms Authentication) and via web services (using Basic Authentication).
The solution that I've come up with seems to work, but am I missing anything here?
First, the whole site runs under HTTPS.
Site is set to use Forms authentication in web.config
Can anyone tell me if its possible to use both windows and forms authentication on my site without the 2 interfering with each other.
Basically, I have a new site that I want only certain people to see for approval purposes. Therefore to stop any unauthenticated users from seeing ANY pages of the site I was using Windows authentication.
What are the high level steps to authenticate users of an ASP.NET MVC application against Active Directory?
I presume something like:
Modify web.config to use Windows authentication
Configure web.config to use the ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider
Configure the web.config to use a custom RoleProvider that looks in AD
Does the above look sensib
This is for IIS 7 on a Windows Server 2008 that is not part of an AD domain. I would like to password protect a website, where people have to enter a username/password (a windows account for example) to view the website. The website would then use its own authentication method (forms) to handle user accounts and decide whether or not to show memb
Two questions regarding Windows Auth in MVC4 application:
How to I set it up so I can authenticate against two windows domains?
What I am trying to do:
[Authorize(Roles = @"DOMAINONE\Group Name")]
public class HomeController : Controller
public ActionResult Index()
And the other domain:
Getting error org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No bean named ‘springSecurityFilterChain’ is defined
In my Spring Application, I keep getting this error:
No bean named 'org.springframework.security.authenticationManager' is defined: Did you forget to add a gobal <authentication-manag