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This script detects the username of each visitor of your intranet-page. Could be used to detect whether a user of the intranet is an Administrator or should not be allowed to enter the page. (The "User" variable contains the NT-login name). Code: ASP 2.0 & VBScript




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Not enough info to work    
Written by Daniel Yee from San Diego, CA   (Tuesday, October 22, 2002)
Writer is with: http://www.cfhc.com
Strengths:   None  
Weaknesses:   Not enough description, not enough code  
Details:   There is not enough code to get it to work. There is only a little bit. There should be a full coding (enough to copy and paste, you are missing the <% and %> plus other command to make it work and an example of how it should work. I can't get it to work. I would like to use this is coding but there is not enough to get it to work as of yet.
Review Based On:   1 Day(s) of usage  

Very handy - quick question though    
Written by Anonymous User (#1881-343) from Stoke, UK   (Wednesday, June 05, 2002)
Strengths:   no comment  
Weaknesses:   no comment  
Details:   Very useful toy for authenticating - just one question - anyone know how to get the users Full Name from the system? At the moment I have to keep a list of authorised users along with their full names, which isn't a lot of help for new visitors to the site.

Doesnt work for me ether !    
Written by Anonymous User (#1456-101) from London, England   (Thursday, December 06, 2001)
Strengths:   no comment  
Weaknesses:   no comment  
Details:   I'm using Win2000 Advanced server to host my company Intranet. I have tried to use your script but nothing appears when the page is called from my browser. But if I use Request.ServerVariables("LOGON_USER") or ("AUTH_USER") I get DomainName\UserName. But what I want is e.g. "LastName, FirstName" on "DomainName". Do you know how I can get this kind of output ? My email address is scott.ferguson@genesisoilandgas.com. Thanks

Easy and good!    
Written by Anonymous User (#1523-158) from Eindhoven, Netherlands   (Tuesday, September 11, 2001)
Strengths:   no comment  
Weaknesses:   no comment  
Details:   I think this is much usefull just to spice up your page.... Just copy and paste and everything works fine. After that u have a variable with the name User......

Answering Daniel's question    
Written by Anonymous User (#1498-260) from Rotterdam, The Netherlands   (Monday, September 10, 2001)
Strengths:   no comment  
Weaknesses:   no comment  
Details:   Daniel, from Bountiful, Utah: The script only works on an INTRANET. So it won't work on the WWW. I never have heard that it didn't work! What's the error that's being displayed when running the script?! Please mail me at: asp@paardekam.nl

Doesn't Work    
Written by Anonymous User (#1467-141) from Bountiful, Utah   (Monday, September 10, 2001)
Strengths:   no comment  
Weaknesses:   no comment  
Details:   I am using windows 200 and IIS 5 but i cant get it to work, it doesnt return anything. Do you have a solution? I think this is a cool idea but if i cant get it to work its useless. Thank You



 
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