Steve Van Treeck

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      8 comments  ·  Feature Requests  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      Steve Van Treeck commented  · 

      Is there a working example of this in action? I tried to implement this using 4.0.23, and received a bunch of 401s using IIS Express after following the registration code that was included in the release notes. I was trying to go to http://<websiteUrl>/auth/windowsauth, and then I could see that I was authorized at http://<websiteUrl>/auth; however, when I attempted to access one of my services that was tagged with [Authenticate], I'd get a popup in my browser asking for username/pass (and my windows credentials would not work here). Any ideas on what might be missing or going on?

      This is the code I was using to enable the feature:
      Plugins.Add(new AuthFeature(
      () => new AuthUserSession(),
      new IAuthProvider[] {
      new AspNetWindowsAuthProvider(this) { AllowAllWindowsAuthUsers = true },

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