I am attempting to set up an IIS 6.0 application running on Windows Server 2003 to use impersonation. Can anyone provide me with details of how this can be set up to work in conjunction with Windows Integrated Authentication?
So far, I can tell that the web.config file (not sure whether it's the correct one) has the two lines mentioned on thread (Authenticated User Impersonation in Classic ASP under IIS7) to allow impersonation and use the Windows logon method. However, users are still prompted for a logon and then told they are not authorized to view web pages. They can view pages if we turn anonymous logon "on", but then their user credentials aren't passed on to the site and therefore they can't access most of it.
Also, how can I locate the "Connect As" button mentioned on the same thread?
I'm fairly inexperienced, so I'm a bit lost here. Thank you very much in advance for the help!