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I have a class library which contains 3 classes; one exposes all its behaviours and the other two are used internally by the public class. My problem is that although I can create an instance of the subservient classes, I cannot see the methods in them from the public class. Could someone guide me on this or give me a template? Thanks.
Is it possible thru c# to create a login screen which authenticates with a windows servers using normal windows login instead of having to create a different set of tables and passwords for my users.
I'm trying to authenticate username/passwords against an NT 4.0 Domain. My client is still using NT 4.0 even with Windows XP clients running Framework 1.1 SP1 I've looked through the 1.1 Framework System.Security namespaces, and there's nothing I can find that will do this. How can I authenticate against against NT 4.0 Domains?
Jeff wrote: > Does anyone know how to obtain the currently logged in user's domain authentication information > (username and password)? I have a program which sends email using anonymous SMTP but our > exchange server will not allow us to send email outside the domain without authentication. Any decent non-relay mail servr will require the same or it will be used for SPAM. The user name is easy, I would save the password somewhere. unsigned long maxlen = 50; char buf; ::GetUserName(buf,&maxlen); -- -Michael Gillen