IIS: Windows Authentication
In this scenario, shown with IIS 7.5, the name of a user who has already been authenticated by Windows domainor network security is supplied to the Logi application. This is a very secure form of authentication and convenient for users because theydo not have to login twice.
To configure your Logi Application for either type of authentication:
- Using the IIS Manager utility, select your Logi application, and then select the Authentication feature.
- Disable the Anonymous Authentication option, as shown above.
- Enable the Windows Authentication option, as shown above.
- Exit the feature and restart the appropriate Application Pool.
Now, when the URL for your Logi application is browsed, authorized domain users will not see a login dialog box at all; instead they'll proceed directly into the Logi application. Users who are not authorized will be redirected to an error page.