If you enable "automatic login in Intranet area" on the client browsers, and set your domain up as being in the "Intranet area", and disable anonymous browsing...<BR><BR>Then yeah, it'll appear in the Request.ServerVariables.<BR><BR>Craig.
what is wierd to me is that I have a couple of reports on this page that I have restricted access to(only certain people can access it). I have no problem getting the NT logon of those individuals when they access these reports, and they do not have to logon it automatically checks there logon). However I also have several reports that anyone can look at and whe you go to look at these it gives you a blank in the Request.ServerVariables("LOGON_USER") or Request.ServerVariables("AUTH_USER").
Yeah - you need to (basically) enforce that an NT login occurs on your application.<BR><BR>If you want to do this, but don't want to ask users for their information every time, then you need to follow what I posted.<BR><BR>Your "restricted access reports" enforce this, and that's why you can see the username for those users.<BR><BR>Craig.
Please excuse me for being dense but I am operating off of about 2 hours sleep right now. I am not sure how to do what you are saying here. Could you give me an example of how this is done.<BR><BR>Thanks,<BR><BR>Bill