j s wrote: >Hello, > >Is there a way, on a web page(asp), to pick up the user's login name & password that was used to login into their pc with? > >Jess > > > if you are using IIS and are doing this on an intranet with a domain you can use NTLM authentication. Internet Explorer will, when faced with this automatically pass the username and a hash of the password to the server. You can access the username with Request.ServerVariable("AUTH_USER") which will be in the format domain\username this is an IE only solution. Firefox and Mozilla Suite have support for NTLM, but it will pop up a username password box so is not seamless. Other browsers, I don;t think do (though the open source ones are likely to take the code from mozilla at sometime). You also have to be on the same subnet I think, or it fails (or that might have just been the setup at the place I last used it) The password, you won;t ever get, with good reason, as it would be a huge security rish, and I believe that it is only stored on the system as a hash rather than the password that is entered.