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Intranet design help required


bigbohan2

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Dear all,

I have designed an Intranet in work, using Dreamweaver CS3, that uses Active Directory integrated authentication. When people log on to the domain and access the intranet through IE, everything is working fine...no problems there.

We also have people who work remotely and need to access the intranet when out of the office. We have set up a DNS record to point to the site, running on IIS and again everything works fine.

My concern is that when people are logging in from outside the company using their Windows AD authentication username and password. I have not built in a logout option onto the site as I don't know what I need to do. Can someone help.

In short I want people to be able to login (using their Windows username and password) from outside the office, but to add in a log out option. Not great on web design and associated elements hence the request for help.

Thanks in advance

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STREETWORK

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<?php

// expire cookie
setcookie ("loggedin", "", time() - 3600);

echo "You are now logged out.<br>";
echo "<a href=\"login.html\">Log in</a>.";

?>

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