IIS 6.0 Url Authorization - specific URL, non AD authentication.

IIS 6.0 Url Authorization - specific URL, non AD authentication.

Post by Tm9yZW1hY » Sun, 04 Mar 2007 08:06:05


Hello,

I have been looking around the web, went through the step-by-step guides and
I wanted to know if I can do these following things and HOW:

1) I have found no where to protect http://localhost/WebApp/Browse.htm with
a different role than http://localhost/WebApp/Edit.htm. So my question is how
can I do this?

2) How can I authenticate against users in my own LDAP like ADAM or a user
table in SQL Server instead of AD?

Thank you.
 
 
 

IIS 6.0 Url Authorization - specific URL, non AD authentication.

Post by Ken Schaef » Tue, 06 Mar 2007 10:23:22

WRT to question 1:
I think you can do this when you set the Scope assignment. You will probably
need to create two nodes in your metabase for your two pages. Then you can
assign two different Scopes - one to each individual node in the metabase

WRT to question 2:
I believe you can only use Active Directory or an XML file. ADAM is not
supported, nor is a custom database table.

Cheers
Ken


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