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Getting windows username using windows authentication???..............
Updated 12-Oct-12 1:59am
I.explore.code 12-Oct-12 7:30am    
can you post your web.config content here?

EDIT: Actually this is not how you ask questions on here. You are expecting people to just "provide solution" rather than you trying yourself first and then coming here with specific questions.
I.explore.code 12-Oct-12 7:41am    
I am still not sure what do you want? you don't use both authentication schemes, you just use one. If you want the username of the logged on user, use Windows Authentication. If you want to allow access to any one, use Anonymous. Don't use both.
MT_ 12-Oct-12 7:53am    
what is the question Sir, If I may ask ?

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Once you have configured your app to use windows authentication, then just use this piece of code to get the Windows domain\username:

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