.NET Tip – Getting logged in user name in ASP.NET web application

Frequently we desire to autopopulate some fields on our web form with the current logged in username and domain.


How to get that information?


Well, User.Identity.Name comes to the rescue.


Set the text property of the field to User.Identity.Name and it will show the logged-in username prefixed by the domain information

6 Responses to “.NET Tip – Getting logged in user name in ASP.NET web application”

  1.   Amol Wankhede
    May 23rd, 2006 | 4:20 pm       Reply

    This is How you do it in the Windows – WinForms

    Getting the User Credentials in Windows Forms

    using System.Security.Principal;
    …..

    WindowsIdentity currIdentity = WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent();

    string NtAccountName = currIdentity.Name;

    Enjoy !

    Amol

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  3. November 29th, 2009 | 9:23 am       Reply

    Thank you in advance for your quick answer !. Very nice post.

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  5.   jovita
    March 9th, 2012 | 4:12 am       Reply

    this actly wrked all i need was to write dis code in the code behind
    protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
    WindowsIdentity current = WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent();
    string acc = current.Name;
    TextBox1.Text = acc;
    }

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    April 2nd, 2013 | 2:16 am       Reply

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