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Default Login controls not using SQL server

Hi guys.
I would like to add a Login control to my website. Unfortunatly the host will only support MySQL or Access databases. It looks like the inbiult login controls are set to use an SQL server database.
Do you know if it possible to set this to use an Access database, or better yet a MySQL one!
I'm completely unsure since it looks like all the administration is done through the wizard.
Many thanks
DRB2k2





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