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As Waqas mentioned, you cannot use forms to log in if using WIA. There is an alternative: using a pre-auth reverse proxy. There are many vendors who have pre-auth reverse proxy products. Microsoft has Web Application Proxy (WAP) in conjunction with ADFS 3.0. This will allow you to use Kerberos on your Web Application in SharePoint while having a forms-based ...


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By definition, Windows Authentication will prompt for credentials with a pop-up. Any 'custom logon page' will require forms-based authentication. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/b7270c7f-7ddb-4ec6-8564-9ef4ab11bd6c/custom-login-page-for-windows-authentication-in-sharepoint-2013?forum=sharepointgeneral But there are still reference in that ...


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With DOD I mostly see SAML based with some form of ADFS type service


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While Windows Authentication using NTLM is likely the most common, if you're thinking about an implementation I would strongly recommend using Windows Authentication using Kerberos. Kerberos is easy to set up, although it will not work from clients that cannot access the KDC (Domain Controller) and under certain cross-forest scenarios. Setting up Kerberos ...


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There is no such statistics available, which is mostly used. But as per my information and working with different companies and discussion with sharepoint folks and sharepoint meetings. Windows authentication (ntlm) is clearly way ahead from everybody. Another thing I noticed due to o365 saml based authentication(ADFS) also getting popularity. But this ...


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According to my understand, (You have fixed lists/libraries) You can get current logged in user using below code. Using that you can fire CAML/Linq query on specific Lists or libraries in your code to pull all data related to that logged in user. SPWeb theSite = SPControl.GetContextWeb(Context); SPUser theUser = theSite.CurrentUser; string ...


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Before doing the Custom login page for windows authentication, you have to configure your web application web.config file to authenticate current user credential against active directory. Here is a link which may help you on that. And Creating a Forms Based Authentication will be easy. You can get help from here on that. ADFS is not mandatory to these. But ...


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In order to achieve what you need, you "simply" have to switch to Form-Based Authentication (FBA) at the Web application level, and make it point to a custom page you have to develop first. That custom page shows the form you like, and checks the credentials the way you like. A simple Google query will give you all links you need to build and setup a ...



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