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    xav Guest

    Default Clueless for password authentication

    I need to put a password protection on a page of mine, how can I do that using ADO. I red the article about database connection but I really am clueless.<BR>I connected to the database but that the only thing I managed to do.<BR>Thanks for helping.

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    Default RE: Clueless for password authentication

    Why use ADO? You can use IIS/ASP authentication. There is a good tutorial on how to do that at:<BR><BR>http://www.activeserverpages.com/learn/authenticateoverview.asp<BR><BR>Have a great day!

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    Default RE: Clueless for password authentication

    Hey, I just wrote an article on using Session variables to perform simple authentication on your web site! Check it out at:<BR><BR>http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/050499-1.shtml<BR><BR>Have a great day!<BR><BR>--Scott Mitchell

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    Xavier Guest

    Default RE: Clueless for password authentication

    Thanks for helping.<BR><BR>I&#039m looking for a way to authenticate users without sesseions variables and without given them a NT password. I try to use ASP and an Access database. It seems to work now but I have a problem with the DSN file.<BR><BR>When I use the ODBC32 on the server eveything is fine but I want to create my own DSN file and to have the db on a remote server.<BR><BR>thanks<BR>xavier


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    Angus Lee Guest

    Default RE: Clueless for password authentication

    Without using any session variables? Could you please show me how?<BR><BR>Thanks.<BR><BR>Angus Lee

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