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Credentials pass

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Hi all.

I want to known if it is possible to pass the Credentials (user and
pass basicly) from one user I has validated in my intranet to another
aplication (for example to an object who can accept credentials
objects, like a Proxy object).

Take care, the user isnt the same than the windows user, it is one
validated (with windows validation from Active Directory) in the
intranet.

I know the existence about Credentials objects and that, i.e., the
Proxy object have something like Proxy.credentials

Usually, the examples with Credentials always are:

Proxy.Credentials = New System.Net.NetworkCredential("user",
"pass")

But, because pass is impossible to get, I was thinking in something
like:

Proxy.Credentials = User.Credentials

if it is posible.

Is it?

Thanks for your time, Manuel Conde.

Mar 13 '06 #1
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