[windows2000] IIS authentication

  • From: "Rob Combis" <rcombis@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 7 Nov 2002 14:31:42 -0500

This may be slightly off topic, so I apologize in advance...

I have a web directory on a non-AD Windows 200 webserver.  This =
directory is below the web root.  It contains temporary files (Adobe =
form files (.fdf)).  I would like to put an acl on this directory and =
direct users to a file in this directory with the authentication =
happening without the user knowing, credentials included in code.  (I =
want the page that directs them to these temp files to be the only way =
to get there, so a malicious user can't read the temp files).  SO my =
question is if a directory or file is password protected is there any =
way (some kind of object) to automate the logon process... i.e. not have =
the username/password dialog box pop-up.  I would appreciate any help... =
 I hope I explained this thoroughly.  And the reason why I want to do =
has to do with the way Adobe forms work.

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