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pass username/password into url

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Hi,

I am working with users on an intranet. I now want to open a URL so
that instead of the user entering their NT login and password, it
automatically enters that user's details based on that user logged in.
the url is in the form -
http://username:pa******@www.test.com

Can any one point me to a script/tutorial that gets these user details
based on the user logged in.

I have tried the following in my app, but can not seem to get it to
work.
<identity impersonate="true"/>
<authentication mode="Windows" />

I have also tried the 'System.Net.CredentialCache.DefaultCredentials',
but no luck. How do I pass in the password.

Thanks for all help.
Nov 21 '05 #1
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* ki********@hotmail.com (kieran) scripsit:
I am working with users on an intranet. I now want to open a URL so
that instead of the user entering their NT login and password, it
automatically enters that user's details based on that user logged in.
the url is in the form -
http://username:pa******@www.test.com


Notice that this is /not/ a valid HTTP URL!

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