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Default CreateUserWizard Complete Step

I am actually creating a site where an admin can use the createUserWizard to create users via the web app, rather than having to go through the wizard in VS 2005.

The problem is that as I go through the wizard and create a user, on the complete step it actually tries to login with that account that I am creating.

How can I override the last step to simply just alert me that it was created successfully and allow me to remain logged in as an admin and just refresh the userlogin page I created?

Thanks, in advance,

Actually--Imar pointed out a property called LoginCreatedUser that can be set to false..but I don't know where to put that..Also, I would like to re-direct (upon completion) to the createuser.aspx page that I created..I am not sure of the code that I would type. I would assume I would put this code on the "complete" button click event?
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Hi Rob,

Just set LoginCreatedUser to false, like this:
<asp:CreateUserWizard ID="CreateUserWizard1" runat="server" LoginCreatedUser="False">
    <asp:CreateUserWizardStep runat="server">
    <asp:CompleteWizardStep runat="server">
In addition to that you can handle the CreatedUser event and, for example, redirect away:
Protected Sub CreateUserWizard1_CreatedUser(ByVal sender As Object, _
      ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles CreateUserWizard1.CreatedUser
End Sub
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