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Chapter 24. Exporting and Importing Data... > Setting Up SQL Server 2000 and IIS f...

Setting Up SQL Server 2000 and IIS for Web Access

On an intranet, users ordinarily connect to the Web server with integrated Windows security, having credentials provided by their Windows NT/2000+ account. Internet users with a user account in a Windows NT/2000+ domain can connect to the Web server by completing a login dialog with their user ID, password, and down-level (NetBIOS) domain name (see Figure 24.31). To open static pages with XML data sources, users need authenticate only for network access. If you're running Windows 2000+ server and have a firewall, you might need to mark the Digest Authentication for Windows Domain Servers check box in the Authentication Methods dialog for your Web site. Using Digest Authentication is less secure than Windows 2000+ login.

Figure 24.31. Anyone attempting to connect to your Web site receives this or a similar login dialog if you specify integrated Windows security. The IP address in this figure has been altered randomly.



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