For information, see the topic Name-and-password authentication for Internet/intranet clients.
Anonymous Access uses the following guidelines:
If Domino finds the name in a Domino Directory, then Domino uses the primary name in the Person record for authorization (ACL checking). If Domino does not find the name, then Domino uses the pre-authenticated name as-is for authorization.
In both cases, Domino builds the user's group list from the set of groups in the Domino Directory which include the user as a member, and Domino also adds the special group "-WebPreAuthenticated-" to the group list. You may use -WebPreAuthenticated- as a group entry in database ACLs and other access lists.
Note If you want to list IIS users by name in database ACLs, you must be careful to use the correct form of the name. Use the primary name if the user is listed in the Domino Directory, or the IIS pre-authenticated name if the user is not in the directory. Remember that if a user is listed by name in an ACL and is also a member of a group in the ACL (including "-WebPreAuthenticated-" or any other group), the name entry takes precedence over the group entry.
In summary, Basic Authentication uses the following guidelines:
Windows account names use the form domain\username or machinename\username -- for example, SALES\JSmith. If Domino is using Person documents in the Domino Directory to authenticate the Windows users, the documents must contain the exact Windows account names as aliases. For example, if Joe Smith has a Notes ID in the "CorpSales" domain and a Windows user account in the "SALES" Windows domain, the User name field in Joe Smith's Person document needs to contain:
In summary, integrated Windows authentication uses the following guidelines: