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We're running a PHP 5.4 application on Server 2008 R2. We would like to connect to a SQL Server 2008 database, on a separate server, using Windows authentication (must be Windows authentication--the ...
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Is it possible to have my website require SSL if it is using Windows Authentication? So far, I'm not having luck with it.
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I have a file share (Windows, SMB, AD) that requires authentication to access. Accessing it manually in Windows Explorer (\\ip\share) will query me for user/pass. That is fine. The client computer ...
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Now that we have applied an internal to external rule blocking all users access to the internet, other than those users in a whitelist, we have the obvious issue of non authenticated users, not on our ...
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I am on a Windows centric LAN without a domain. I have access to several machines on my network, each with different username and passwords. I originally connected to them with a UNC path in explorer ...
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the context of local user of AD-joined machine? Is it of domain machine account or of local machine account?

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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 ...