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I am connecting to a web API via windows authentication. The native method of this API uses
to authenticate users in their application. Now I have developed a booking website to use the API data and write it back into the application. I want to authenticate the users through my website but I can't get it to work. I always authenticate with the user running the IIS AppPool of the website.

What I have tried:

The website is aspx and
returns the domain and user who is visiting it. I tried impersonating the request with the current user client side. I use windows authentication as authentication method at the IIS.

WindowsImpersonationContext impersonationContext;
               using (impersonationContext = ((WindowsIdentity)Page.User.Identity).Impersonate())
                   conn = ServiceConnection.CreateWithWindowsAuthentication(new Uri("http://myWebsite"), CredentialCache.DefaultCredentials);

I turned off the Impersonation on IIS side because it won't load the page due to integraded pipeline mode which I can't turn off because the application needs to access local configuration files. For now I didn't manage to change the impersonated user or manage to get the IIdentity being used for my ICredentials.

Edit: I activated impersonation mode and assigned the web app to an AppPool with classic mode but still the result is the same.
Updated 11-Jun-19 4:05am

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