Binding to AD needed after Domain login?

Binding to AD needed after Domain login?

Post by Steve Bottom » Sun, 11 Nov 2001 03:38:55

Hi, all!!  I've got a question regarding binding to AD and domain logins...
Here's the scenario:

I've got a web site that has an AD-based user directory in it.  Up to now
the users have logged into the site with software-based authentication (not
NTLM/Digest), and when I needed to access AD I used those stored credentials
to bind to AD so attributes could be queried.  Now I'm looking into changing
the authentication to NTLM (disabling the software auth), however the
question arises about having to bind to AD:  If the web user is
authenticated into AD via the web page, do I still have to provide creds to
query attributes, or not?

Haven't tried it yet cuz I was hoping someone here might have done it
already and has a few pointers...  ;-)  Thanks much!


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I have some code that binds to a group and enumerates it members.

However, when I run my code on a Win2K server that is a member of an NT
domain, and ask it to LDAP:// (or GC://) bind to a group in a trusted ADS
domain, I get this error
'8007054b - Automation Error The specified domain either does not exist or
could not be contacted'.

The NT and ADS domain are in a two-way trust.

Is this some limitation of ADSI 2.5? Is is there a workaround? Or is it most
likely a configuration problem - if so any pointers what my be wrong?

Thanks in advance


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