Scrive Tibor Csonka <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> Hello list,
> I've just ran into a small bug in NTLM authentication from HttpCli.
> There is a possibility that the user enters the username as 
> domain\username.
> In this case HttpCli will send the username and the domain as the 
> username, wich is not working (at least on IIS 6).


> The call, as you can see set the domain to empty string in all cases but 
> if the user supplies the usernames in the manner I've mentioned before 
> this is not correct.


> I did this in the HTTP authentication part not in the proxy.
> Can somebody confirm that in case of NTLM proxies, should work the same way?

I have a "strange" situation. A customer use ISA server for proxy and has 
enabled the NTLM authentication. To authenticate some user must include the 
domain (domain\username) and some other user must not include it (I mean, if 
they include the domain they will not authenticated). I don't have 
investigated what is the difference between these users.
You have a similar situation with IIS? I mean, if you don't include the domain 
you will be authenticated?

Bye, Maurizio.

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