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We are thinking about implementing a Reverse proxy on our network with our asp.net application so that another company can access our app through our DMZ. Right now we are using AD to authenicate our users internally.
In order to implement this from a coding stand point what needs to be done?
Our address for the app is using http://servername
since its internal do I need to have a registered domain name now if we go with Reverse Proxy?
Once an external user hits our app and they are in our AD tree, what options do I have for logging them in? I would think that they would be prompted for a login and password if not recognized by IIS?
How can I set it up that the external user doesn't have to be bothered with a login, if possible?
What would be the quick and dirty way of getting these external users logged into app?