Hi all, I know that this is NOT the best answer, but maybe it works, so here it is: 
when some people type a login and a password for access a secure page, you read that 
values and the IP address of the user, then you tell smbclient to find the NT password 
server (but if you know the addreess that is much easy) and connect to the machine 
with the login and password the user typed. If you got a positive, YOU'RE DONE!!!

I hope this can help you.

On Fri, Nov 30, 2001 at 04:49:32PM +0800, Feroze Md. Arif wrote:
> Hi Again,
> I've searched high and low since my last post but I couldn't find anything
> on how Users can be authenticated using their Windows NT server User IDs and
> Passwords.  I do not want to authenticate users with a MySQL database etc.,
> since that involves recreating all the user ids and passwords.  If my users
> log into my intranet application with their NT or Windows2000 user id and
> password, is there anyway I can access the Windows NT User ID/Password
> respository and authenticate the users?
> Please help.  If anyone has some suggestions please let me know.
> Best Regards
> Feroze
> Jar Jar Binks will be Jedi!
> ==================================
> Hi,
> First of all, my apologies if this question has been asked earlier.  I am in
> a hurry and I haven't checked the archives (Actually, I am in the process of
> doing it but am trying to cover all the bases).
> I know that PHP has functions which will allow Users to be authenticated off
> a NIS Server or a LDAP server.  Will it be possible to do something similar
> in PHP with the User IDs and Passwords stored in a NT or Windows 2000
> server?  I would appreciate it very much if anyone could point me to
> resources that could help me or share some sample scripts :) :)
> Thanks in Advance,
> Feroze
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