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Getting Windows logged in User Name in ASP

I am trying to implement single sign-on like feature in my website (running on IIS and ASP). A windows Authenticated logged in user will be directed to a welcome screen directly without asking for a username /password. These credentials (only username) have to be retrieved from the windows system. I tried doing this by turning off anonymous access on IIS but it gives me a dialog asking for username/password/domain. I don't want it that way. Both the pages are within my domain. Can anybody tell me how to retrieve the username of the current logged in user using classic ASP or javascript or vbscript or by any other means..A code snippet would be of immense help in this regards..

Thanks & Regards..
Rahul K
Mar 29 '07 #1
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