I'm working on a app that uses Jespa to do transparent SSO. I'm using the NtlmSecurityProvider. In my code, when I get the username looks like this: "DOMAINNAME\username"
<% out.println(request.getRemoteUser()); %>
prints this: MYDOMAIN\myusername
Here's my question:
Will it always look like that, with the domain name and the username? or is it just the way our user accounts in our domain are set up? Like, if I switched to a different windows domain, could I potentially get just the username without the domain and the backslash?