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Request.Serverv ariables("Logon _User") giving problem

Request.serverv ariables("Logon _user") returns and empty
string on one asp page but works perfectly well returning
the NT user id on the other asp page. Both the pages are
in the same directory. This directory has both Anonymous
Access and Integrated Authentication enabled at the IIS.
Nov 19 '05 #1
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Try taking away the anonymous authentication.

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Request.serverv ariables("Logon _user") returns and empty
string on one asp page but works perfectly well returning
the NT user id on the other asp page. Both the pages are
in the same directory. This directory has both Anonymous
Access and Integrated Authentication enabled at the IIS.

Nov 19 '05 #2

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