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INFO: Permissions to Connect to a Remote Access Database from ASP.NET (Q307901)     
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When users browse to an ASP.NET Web site, they request that some code run on the server. All processes run within the security context of a specific account. By default, IIS uses the system account. The system account has full access to the IIS server computer but is not allowed to access shared folders on other computers (which are sometimes called NTFS resources). Therefore, you must configure the IIS computer so that it uses an account other than the system account. The IIS Server Configurati...

How to enable SMTP Authentication using System.Web.Mail     
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This article describes how to send e-mails from a .NET application through an SMTP server that requires authentication....

How to enable SMTP Authentication using System.Web.Mail     
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Exchange Server requires, by default, authenticated users to send mail messages via SMTP. If you are developing a .NET application you will find that System.Web.Mail does not contain an API that allows you to provide credentials for connecting to an SMTP server. System.Web.Mail internally calls Microsoft® Collaboration Data Objects CDOSYS. SMTP Authentication is possible by defining configuration settings using the Configuration object associated to the Message CDO object....

HOW TO: Authenticate Against the Active Directory by Using Forms Authentication and Visual C# .NET (Q316748)     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how an ASP.NET application can use Forms authentication to permit users to authenticate against the Active Directory by using the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). After the user is authenticated and redirected, you can use the Application_AuthenticateRequest method of the Global.asax file to store a GenericPrincipal object in the HttpContext.User property that flows throughout the request....

CryptographicException When You Request Multithreaded Digest Authentication Posts (Q319014)     
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A supported fix is now available from Microsoft, but it is only intended to correct the problem that is described in this article. Apply it only to computers that are experiencing this specific problem. This fix may receive additional testing....

HOW TO: Secure an ASP.NET Application Using Client-Side Certificates (Q315588)     
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For highly secure Web applications, such as Internet banking sites, you may want to implement a more secure solution for user authentication than the user name and password combination. You can use client-side digital certificates to verify the identity of the user. In addition, you can map client-side digital certificates to Windows accounts on the server if necessary....

Q301240 - HOW TO: Use Forms Authentication to Secure an ASP .NET Application     
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This article demonstrates the simplest way to create an ASP .NET application that implements forms authentication....

How To Implement Role-Based Security with Forms-Based Authentication in Your ASP.NET Application by Using Visual Basic .NET     
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This article describes how to implement role-based security in an ASP.NET application that implements forms-based authentication using Visual Basic .NET....

How To Implement Forms-Based Authentication in Your ASP.NET Application by Using C# .NET     
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This article demonstrates how to implement forms-based authentication by using a database to store the users....

How to call a Web service by using a client certificate for authentication in an ASP.NET Web application     
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Frequently, Web services must authenticate applications that call the Web services. The Web services must perform authentications of calling applications before the Web services can perform authorizations. One authentication technique is to require applications that call the Web service to present a client certificate.

When an ASP.NET Web application tries to call a Web service that uses certificate authentication, you may receive an "access denied" error message. When a console applicati...

How to authenticate against the Active Directory by using Forms authentication and Visual C# .NET     
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This step-by-step article demonstrates how an ASP.NET application can use Forms authentication to permit users to authenticate against the Active Directory by using the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). After the user is authenticated and redirected, you can use the Application_AuthenticateRequest method of the Global.asax file to store a GenericPrincipal object in the HttpContext.User property that flows throughout the request....

HOW TO: Control Authorization Permissions in an ASP.NET Application (Q316871)     
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Use this step-by-step guide to apply the < location > tag to the Web.config file to configure access to a specific file and folder....

HOW TO: Create Keys with Visual Basic .NET for Use in Forms Authentication (Q313091)     
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This article describes how to create keys to use for encryption, decryption, and validation of Forms authentication cookie data. You can use the keys that you create in this article for the validationKey and the decryptionKey attributes of the < machineKey > section in the < system.web > element in the Machine.config and the Web.config files....

HOW TO: Implement Role-Based Security with Forms-Based Authentication in Your ASP.NET Application Using C# .NET (Q311495)     
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This article describes how to implement role-based security in an ASP.NET application that implements forms-based authentication using Visual C# .NET...

INFO: ASP.NET HTTP Modules and HTTP Handlers Overview (Q307985)     
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HTTP modules and HTTP handlers are an integral part of the ASP.NET architecture. While a request is being processed, each request is processed by multiple HTTP modules (for example, the authentication module and the session module) and is then processed by a single HTTP handler. After the handler has processed the request, the request flows back through the HTTP modules....

INFO: ASP.NET Roadmap (Q305140)      
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This article provides a roadmap to learning and mastering ASP.NET. Roadmap articles provide links to useful information, including online documentation, Microsoft Knowledge Base articles, and Microsoft white papers, to help you learn about a Microsoft product or technology....

HOW TO: Implement Forms-Based Authentication in Your ASP.NET Application Using C# .NET (Q301240)      
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This article demonstrates how to implement forms-based authentication by using a database to store the users....



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