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Default User object in Master Page template?

I think I have been able to work out my master page problems except for one point-- I would like to be able to display the name (User.Identity.Name) of the user who is logged into my site in the template. On any other page, I can just assign some Label.Text to User.Identity.Name, and bingo, no problem.

But, the "User" object comes up undeclared in my master page... nor do I really "declare" it anywhere else in the site... perhaps it needs to be found somehow.

Any help?





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