Thanks for the tip. I went back through and researched the passed in variables but none of them were getting set. However, this did spark a thought so I went back and removed all authentication from IIS7 control panel for the local website except for the Windows Authentication and that workd.
Sent by FoxWeb Support on 09/01/2010 06:47:16 PM:
Is it just CGI.AuthenticatedUserName, or all properties of the CGI object? The AuthenticatedUserName property is populated from the REMOTE_USER server variable, which makes it equivalent to Request.ServerVariables("REMOTE_USER"). It's possible that IIS7 does not support this variable. You can call show_cgi to find out the variables passed by IIS to FoxWeb. If you see a server variable that contains the data you need, you can get its contents with the Request.ServerVariables method.
|FoxWeb Support Team
Sent by Valter Herman on 09/01/2010 05:59:51 PM:
I've installed foxweb 4.3 on a Windows 7 Enterprise Edition on a laptop. I'm using IE8 to view my foxweb application and have gotten the architecture to run for the most part. Howerver, even though I have the "1.x compatability" mode checked the CGI object doesn't populate. I know we should be using the Request object instead, however the code is legacy code and changing it would require a complete development project in itself.
Does anyone have any thoughts about what we could do?