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Getting the NT Username within an ASP Page

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Submitted on: 1/6/2015 12:50:00 AM
By: Jonathan Adams (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
User Rating: By 5 Users
Compatibility: ASP (Active Server Pages)
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     Every wanted to get the currently authenticated NT user name from your intranet/internet site when you have authenication turned on. The code below removes the domain name and leaves you with the NT User name.
 
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' Name: Getting the NT Username within an ASP Page
' Description:Every wanted to get the currently authenticated NT user name from your intranet/internet site when you have authenication turned on.The code below removes the domain name and leaves you with the NT User name.
' By: Jonathan Adams (from psc cd)
'
' Returns:Returns a string variable containing the NT User name
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Public Function split_logonname()
'-------------------------------------------------
' (c) Illuminaries Ltd 2002 . All rights reserved.
'-------------------------------------------------'	Written By : Jonathan Adams (MCP)
'	web address : www.illuminaries.co.uk
'-------------------------------------------------' Change the code as you please but please 
'leave the copyright information
'-------------------------------------------------
' Description :
'-------------------------------------------------' The NT Auth. logon name contains the domain 
'name along with the logon name. This routine 
' removes the domain name and returns the Logon name only
'-------------------------------------------------
Dim strUsername
Dim l_splitpoint
strUsername=Request.ServerVariables("LOGON_USER")
l_splitpoint=instr(strUserName,"\")
	if l_splitpoint>0 then 
		split_logonname=right(strUsername,len(strUsername) - (l_splitpoint))
	else
		l_splitpoint=instr(strUserName,"/")
		if l_splitpoint>0 then 
			split_logonname=right(strUsername,len(strUsername) - (l_splitpoint))
		else
			split_logonname=strUsername
		end if 
	end if 
End Function


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