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I have installed VS.NET 2005 Web Express and am trying to use the admin tool to create my personal website. When I try to create an administrative user it tells me to re-enter password and I am in a loop. It will not accept any password I supply. Can anyone help?
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First of all, you may be better off posting in the ASP.NET 2 forum; I think this one is for 1.1 only.

Anyway, this is probably due to the heavier password restrictions introduced in beta 2. Your password must be at least 7 characters long and contain at least one special character like !@#$%^&*()

Does it work when you increase the password complexity?


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Thank you Imar. I will try it with special characters. Joe

 


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