| <snip>What I was thinking was to have the users go to the Intranet server, be validated, fill out the info on the form, then submit the form. The form would actually be submitted to the webserver.</snip>
Trying to clarify. The webserver contains no validataion data just the data(base(s)) that need to be operated on if the user is validated via the intranet server, which accesses the employee database. That being stated, maybe a different perspective would help...
- How do employees access the external webserver that you are trying to use?
- Can you mirror the external server on an intranet server?
- Can you mirror the employee database on the webserver(watch this with sensitive data, maybe what is needed for authentication)?
Just trying to provoke some thought that may help...
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