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I am trying to use a barcode to log into Windows XP. I am using the Free 3 of 9 Extended Font to make my barcodes. I have made a barcode ( for example ) username&Ipassword, and it works just fine in Word with it placing a TAB between the username and the password. When I try it on the Windows...
I have an ASPX site programmed in C# using Integrated Windows Authentication in IIS6. Everytime a user tries to access the site, it prompts them for a username and password. How do you make the site use the local login credentials when accessing the site?
I have an exchange server that is serving pda's via active sync. The problem I have is that the "Integrated Windows Authentication" under the directory properties of the Exchange - Default Web Site keeps getting unticked thus stopping the PDA's from syncing. I don't know whether it is a coincidence...