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Proxy Setup for ASP.NET App which ask for Windows Auth


Greetings for the Day!!

We are looking for solution to apply authentication method for ASP.NET
based application in Access Manager. Scenario as follows:
Client has ASP.NET app which is authenticated with Enterprise AD.
Whenever any use open the url, application gets logged in automatically
with network credentials. Also, It allow user to log-in only when system
is in the domain. Now, if system is not in domain and we enter URL in
browser, application ask for credentials with prompt "Window Security".
This prompt is opened as additional alert box on the browser not as html
login page. Also, this prompt accept credentials in the format
"Domain/UserName".

I have few question like, can we implement SSO on such apps? If yes then
which particular method\rule applied for implementing SSO.

Looking for your support.

Rgds,
RK


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Re: Proxy Setup for ASP.NET App which ask for Windows Auth

On 05.04.2013 07:34, rajeshemailto wrote:
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> We are looking for solution to apply authentication method for ASP.NET
> based application in Access Manager. Scenario as follows:
> Client has ASP.NET app which is authenticated with Enterprise AD.
> Whenever any use open the url, application gets logged in automatically
> with network credentials. Also, It allow user to log-in only when system
> is in the domain. Now, if system is not in domain and we enter URL in
> browser, application ask for credentials with prompt "Window Security".
> This prompt is opened as additional alert box on the browser not as html
> login page. Also, this prompt accept credentials in the format
> "Domain/UserName".
>
> I have few question like, can we implement SSO on such apps? If yes then
> which particular method\rule applied for implementing SSO.


You'd have to test - but you should be able to provide authentication /
password via Identity Injection / Auth header. Generally the username
can be either in Domain/UserName or userPrincipalName
(username@domain.blah).

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Re: Proxy Setup for ASP.NET App which ask for Windows Auth

On 4/5/2013 1:37 AM, Alex McHugh wrote:

>> I have few question like, can we implement SSO on such apps? If yes then
>> which particular method\rule applied for implementing SSO.

>
> You'd have to test - but you should be able to provide authentication / password via Identity
> Injection / Auth header. Generally the username can be either in Domain/UserName or
> userPrincipalName (username@domain.blah).
>


You can also implement the Kerberos method to get you the same experience where the user doesn't
have to log in if they are on a machine in the domain. Then inject as Alex describes.
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