The current Outlook Web Access (Exchange 2003) page requires you to logon using a username and password. I would like the successful coder to add an additional field that will read a field from the Active Directory user object. I'll refer to this as the passphrase. Logging on to OWA would then require a username and password along with a passphrase. For example if the Job title field of an Active Directory user object could be used to store a word or phrase that would need to be correct to allow the user to successfully logon to OWA. I'd like to be able to choose the field by editing the ASP code. This would provide a little more security when logging on to OWA.
The second part of the project is for an ASP logon page and additional html pages (if required) that can be used for secure websites running on IIS. The page would request username, password and passphrase in order for a user to access a website that doesn't allow annoymous access.
In summary I require 1 edited OWA (Exchange 2003) page that adds an additional field to the logon process. Username, password and passphrase. If all 3 text boxes match Active Directory then the user can logon. I also require an ASP logon page (script and example html page) that can be used to access secure websites running on IIS.
The coder would need to use their own servers for testing and must use Exchange 2003 to create the ammended logon.asp.
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