PHP Windows domain user/machine

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Is there a way for a PHP script to know which machine/user is
accessing the script?

The html headers at best show the client machine name/IP but not the
user. so...

Can AciveX be used to see who is logged in?

Can COM etc be used?

If this is not possible through the use of apache+php, can any other
application server beside iis + asp be used like tomcat?

I'd ideally like page A to be displayed if logged in user is A, page B
is displayed if logged in user is B. PHP will not be authenticating
the user (spoof is possible and OK), but user can be logged into any

Re: PHP Windows domain user/machine

On 22 Feb 2005 08:38:35 -0800, (Ghazan
Haider) wrote:

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MS IIS can use NTLM authentication in combination with Internet
Explorer. If you use Apache you would have to install the open
source NTLM module, which is only available for Linux, if I
remember well.

I don't think that would work out of the box with other
webbrowsers, so it would only be suitable for an intranet, where
you can be sure about everyones' browser.

  )  Kees Nuyt

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