well what your doing is by unchecking
Inactivate Anonymous logins and
Check the "Integrated Windows Authentication" box
is not allowing just anyone to view the pages.
They must be part of your network.
When you do this you can capture the user who is logged on.
Im not sure but i think you can set this setting per page.
When you do this based on the settings in your browser,
the user will either be prompted for their username and password.
or they will be allowed access.
If your unsure set up a test site and see how it effects things.
You would most likely have to change the way your site works as you
would not want your users to have to log on twice.
On the other hand its nice because unless your a part of the net work
you will not have access.
Also what i do is, i have a table set up in the DB with username, name, dept, and access rights to each part of the page. I do not make
users log on because they are either granted access by their username and password becasue either they belong to the network or do not belong.
Then when the try to access a page that is access restricted.
I do a db search on their username, which you can get by using
i then check to see if this user has access or not.
This is alittle redundent because i keep a table of all the users.
What i would like to do is use LDAP and hit active directory and
get the users rights from their, but not set that up yet.