Capture a user's Windows 2000 login name

How can I capture a Windows 2000 login name from within a JSP or an applet or, better still, from some other code running on the application server from which they're downloaded?

mgulesian, you might want to query the system properties.
System.getProperty("user.name")Please note that this property is subject of security constraints (and there're good reasons for this, read the Java Tutorial, Trail: Essential Java Classes, Lesson: Accessing System Resources for details). For example, web applications running inside Tomcat are not allowed to query this property by default. Think twice before doing this, you have been warned!
HTH, Markus

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    For your second question you need to specify many protocols according to your active directory config in this link you can find a list of this protocols and the best way is to make debug or logging or use a siniffer to know the exactly protocols flow between your ACS and AD server
    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windows2000serv/technologies/activedirectory/deploy/confeat/adrepfir.mspx
    Best Regards

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