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The account used to access the database also needs permissions to execute the stored procedures used by Membership and Roles (as well as reead/write access to the Tables and Views). The aspnet_regsql creates a number of roles that start with aspnet_ that your account needs to be in. Page 766 in Appendix B shows the configuration screen for the roles (it doesn't list the aspnet_ roles, but on your database you should see them).

If you can't seem to access these settings, your host needs to do that for you.


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