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Postgres SSPI authentication on Windows

I'm trying to enable windows authentication for Postgresql 9.3 (Windows x64 not in domain, UAC is disabled, my account is local admin). The one click installer set the server running under ...
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Unable to login with Windows Auth on server but can externally IIS 7

I'm running Windows Server 2008 Standard Edition with IIS 7.5. I have TFS 2013 Update 2 installed and for whatever reason I cannot connect to my web site which requires Windows Auth while remote ...
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IIS7 - Restrict access to an intranet site to a specific group of users

I have an ASP.NET site running in IIS7 on a local intranet. I want to restrict access to this site to a specific group of users. I think I should be able to do this by using Windows Authentication ...
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Managing Active Directory account access across multiple forests / customers

We do managed IT services for a number of small / medium business. I'm looking to find a solution to manage our access to our clients' AD forest's in a scalable fashion. Right now, we manually create ...
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Web app running as NETWORK SERVICE can connect to SQL Server but windows service running as LOCAL SYSTEM cannot

I have installed a .net web application on a Windows Server 2003 IIS server, running in an Application Pool as NETWORK SERVICE and connecting to SQL Server on a different machine using Integrated ...
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Website authentication with a certificate from a different domain

My question: Is there a better way to enable authentication between 2 domains than what I'm doing below, and is Name Mapping the right thing to use? There are 2 domains; One is the primary ...
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The trust relationship between the primary domain and the trusted domain failed

Scenario: We have an application server (IIS 7.0, Windows 2008 R2) and a seperate database server (SQL 2008) for both our test and production environments (so 4 servers total). Our application server ...
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1answer
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Powershell - how to Start-Job with an ActiveDirectory credential

My client controls access to their database with ActiveDirectory. I would like to do the following: $cred = Get-Credential Start-Job -Credential $cred { #do some stuff with the db } This works ...
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Definition of BUILTIN\Users?

For a server on a Windows Domain, what is the membership of "BUILTIN\Users" exactly? (I figure this has an obvious answer, but googling hasn't given me any clear definitions)
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Is it possible to get svn to authentication with windows/sspi, but with username aliases?

I have a VisualSVN server running on Windows 2008 R2 x64 using basic authentication. I want to upgrade to use windows authentication. However, some of the usernames set up do not match the domain ...
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SQL Server Windows Authentication NTUSERNAME is different to Windows Login

An employee at a client has just got married and as a result they have changed her details, login name et al., in Active Directory (AD). The problem is SUSER_NAME() in procedures and the NTUSERNAME ...
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WAMPSERVER apache2.2 - mod-auth-sspi: how to setup it so I can retrieve windows username

I'm using WAMPSERVER apache2.2. I've installed mod-auth-sspi, and setup it this way: <Directory ...> AuthName "DOMAIN" AuthType SSPI SSPIAuth On SSPIAuthoritative On ...
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User accessing Windows share keeps receiving username/password request (across OpenVPN if that's relevant)

At my work, we have set up an OpenVPN system for our remote users to access the machines in the office. The office machines are set up on a domain. I have created a domain user for her. A new ...
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integrating ldap workstation login with webapps

Is there a way to integrate an LDAP authentication system on a windows network with intranet webapps so that the user on logging into their desktop does not need to log in a second time with the web ...
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“Unknown user name or bad password” when I launch ADUC

When I open up Active Directory Users and Computers from my workstation, I receive an error: Naming information cannot be located because: Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password. ...
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Can I set a default domain for a Windows Authenticated website in IIS7?

I have an intranet site using Windows Authentication. When users are prompted for credentials, they enter: User: domain\username Pass: SomePassword It'd be nice if they could leave off the domain\ ...
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IIS time is different from server time

I have ASP.NET 2.0 site configured to perform Windows Integrated Security using Kerberos delegation. The servers including DC are running on Windows 2003 and the delegation is raised to Windows 2003 ...
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IIS Won't authenticate domain user: 401.2

I'm having a lot of trouble with configuring authentication for IIS correctly. I have a SharePoint site running under IIS 6.0, and the IIS web site is configured for Integrated Windows ...
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Windows Authentication behaves oddly when VPN'd

We've got a few apps that rely on windows authentication - a couple of web apps with AD auth turned on and we usually connect to our SQL servers with windows auth. This normally runs without a hitch. ...
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2answers
850 views

Lock down a site using Forms Auth in IIS7 with Windows Auth

I have an ASP.NET MVC 1.0 application that uses Forms Authentication. We are using Windows Server 2008. I need to lock down the site so that only certain users (in AD Groups) can access the site. ...
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Intermittently, IIS7 requests get stuck in WindowsAuthenticationModule

We're running an IIS7 server hosting several dozen websites. Several of these websites are all part of the same legacy app we've developed. These sites all run the same code and run in the same app ...
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Windows 7 Single Sign On

We run Windows XP, Vista and are now testing Windows 7 in our corporate environment. Thus far all of our Win7 installations have been x64 installs with the same net result that we are having to ...