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Authenticate Username and Password against active directory in without LDAP

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OK I know this is a complex question so I will break it up.
I know that SSPI is the prefered method of authentication, however if I
use the sample provide by MS I cannot authenticate across domains.
Sample Here*efaul...;en-us;2798*15
Article ID : 279815
Do all Windows 2k and above Active Directories incorperate LDAP?

How does "Net Use" Authenticate its users? No matter what the net use
command works across domains so if I could use its authentiction
methods I would be good.

I would like to be able to use the Solution provided by q279815, what
do I need to do to get it to work across domains?
Are there samples that use kerberos instead of NTLM authentication?
It tried to just substitute kerberos instead of NTLM and it did not
I have seen an expamle project that uses kerberos and remoting, is it
necearry to implement remoting to authenticate with Kerberos?

LDAP is not a solution

Nov 21 '05 #1
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