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Is it possible to store a credential for Windows Authentication to an Analysis Services server?

SQL Server Analysis Services uses Windows authentication for server connections. Typically, you assign your domain account to a role (or the server administrator list), and then connect to the server ...
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Authenticate user in WinForms (Nothing to do with ASP.Net)

Originally-posted on StackOverflow, cross-posted here as suggested in SO comments. Intro I need to password protect some actions in my application, such as loading/saving files, clicking ...
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Workstation authentication against wrong AD server in multi-site configuration

Having a problem which I've seen before but haven't yet found a solution to, I've got multiple AD sites in one domain physically separated and logically separated by different subnets and AD sites. ...
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Domain authentication over OPEN wireless pre-logon (Windows 7 Pro) - No logon servers avail

I have a plethora of laptops that are joined to an AD domain. I have an enterprise wireless system setup, the users of these laptops will be using an OPEN unsecured SSID which will ultimately have a ...
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Computers losing contact to the Domain

We have a problem with a set of computers on our domain. they are constantly losing their trust relationship with the domain. it first happened last week and 8 days later happened again. On the Server ...
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Windows 7, network shares, and authentication via local group instead of local user

I have been doing some troubleshooting of my home network lately and have come to an odd conclusion that I was hoping to get some clarification on. I'm used to managing share permissions in a domain ...
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Windows Server 2008, IIS7 and Windows Authentication

We currently have a development server set up which we are trying to test some Windows authentication ASP.NET code on. We have turned on Windows Authentication in IIS7 on Windows Server 2008 R2 fine, ...
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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 ...