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Default authorizationstoreroleprovider with formsauthentic

Hi !

I read in some places that It's possible to use authorizationStoreRoleProvider (with AzMan XML store) and formsAuthentication, but I'm having problems with that.

When I user ASP.NET configuration, I can't add users to roles, I always receive "exception was through by target of invocation". Of course, this message says nothing about the real problem, so I tried to do by code and I received "No mapping between account names and security IDs was done".

That's a SID problem, so the "Roles.AddusertoRole" method is trying to validate the user with AD, that's the problem.

So, is It possible to add in AzMan Roles users that aren't in AD, just in a database ?

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Dennes

 


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