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BOOK: ASP.NET 3.5 Enterprise Application Development with Visual Studio 2008: Problem Design Solutio
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Old May 5th, 2009, 04:12 PM
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Default where is the login page?

i am up to chapter 6,

trying to run the code, and i would fail because

this.User.Identity.Name would be null,

searching thru the sample code for chapter 6, i can't find where this is set.

where do i set this?

where is the login page?

how would i login?

did i miss something?


thanks for any help

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The site as developed in the book is designed to use Windows authentication. There is no log in page.

You need to uncheck anonymous access and ensure Integrated Windows Authentication is checked for the site in IIS.

Of course, there is nothing that prevents you from creating a log-in page for the site :)

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thanks for the info, i think i miss read it or skip that section

thanks again

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The site as developed in the book is designed to use Windows authentication. There is no log in page.

You need to uncheck anonymous access and ensure Integrated Windows Authentication is checked for the site in IIS.

Of course, there is nothing that prevents you from creating a log-in page for the site :)

Tim
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Hi,

How could one integrate the role based security with active directory?
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Take a look at Scott Guthrie's blog - http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/pages...QL-Server.aspx

Google is my friend :)

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