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Bypass Integrated Windows Authentication


I recently installed CRM 3.0 and need to do some further customizations programatically. I want to write a page that would accept data via a query string and submit the data into the CRM database.

As there's Integrated Windows Authentication set on the root directory, any new files I try to access via the web requires me to log in. However, if I create a simple .htm file and set the authentication to "Enable anonymous access" only I can access that file directly without having to enter log in details.

I tried to do the same with a simple .aspx and .asp file but both files required login details even though the "Enable anonymous access" was only ticked.

Does anybody know a way I can around this, whether by code or by altering the IIS settings, which in this case I will post in the correct forum.

Many thanks

Nov 29 '07 #1
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In the web.config file you can set up different files to use different permisions (windows auth, none, etc).
If you look up these tags with respect to the web.config file:

and probably most importantly <location>

Of course if you wanted ALL files to be allowed without requiring a login you would do something like this in the web.confg:
Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers
  1. <authentication mode="None">
  2. </authentication>
  3. <authorization>
  4.    <allow users="*"/>
  5. </authorization>
Nov 29 '07 #2

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