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I'm a relative newbie when it comes to website development; however Ive had some assistance on several factors. My website has an internal and external presence for my company and I was wandering if there was a service that I could use to implement authentication. I want there to be a general login service before you can actually access any portion of the website. I have Active Directory services and the entire suit of Online Solutions from Microsoft.
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I would like to start with what you are using to write your website, is it .net, php, just html/html5. I don't see any reason why you can't just connect your site login to your active directory. The only thing that could be a problem is if you want the outside world to see your site without logging in.

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