I'm trying to develop a simple web application where I need to redirect to main.aspx after successful login attempt in login.aspx page.However,it is redirecting the page to defualt.aspx... Is there a way to redirect my application to main.aspx??
I am trying to add a new record into my database for every login with the IP being used. I have the following code, whenever I have any code in there I get a login error saying your login attempt was not successful, when I remove the code under loggedin, I don't get the error messeage
I am using the Login Object with ASPNETDB. Very strangely, a user account will no longer be allowed to login. It returns an error message that the "login attempt was not successful". If I recreate the account in the database, it will work again.
A Login.aspx has been created to enforce security on several forms of a web site.How can it be best called by each form at page load and return to that form after succesful login? How could that requirement be declared in web.config?
I need to create an application with Forms Authentication and/or Windows Authentication. If the application is set to use mixed authentication (Forms + Windows Auth) and the user don't have a Windows user account, the login will fail and he must be redirected to a forms login page. How can I do this?
Are there any different way to provide mixed authentication?
I am a newbie on a LDAP, now we want to re-deploy a web application that will validate user name and password with AD in a login.aspx
I had success to check the user and password in VS 2008, but when I publish to server it don't work, (they can login even wrong username and password) I had enable the anonymous access and intergrated windows authentication on IIS. we using authentication mode = windows in our web.config
using something like the following to check the AD account
I have a ASP.NET Login Control with Forms authentication.Even after successful Login it does not redirects to destination page.But it uses returnURL and stays at same Login page.How to make Login Control to redirect to specified destination page?
I have a site in which I'm intending to use multiple membership providers. I'm using my own custom membership provider to provide access to several data stores depending on the section in which the user's information resides.
The actual login functions correctly using the built-in ASP.NET Login component in which I've manually specified the membership provider it should validate against. When I run a trace on it's actions, I can see that it attempts the 'validateuser' against the correct data store and continues to redirect the user to their applicable section.
The problem is that once they are logged in and the site (or I) call 'GetUser' to get the users information or permissions, the membership provider reverts to the site's default provider.
In my custom membership provider I'm only overriding the methods for GetUser and Validate user which is working perfectly fine for a singular membership provider, but not when using a different provider.
How can I ensure that the correct membership provider is retained with the user's membership details? Is there a method that I need to override/append in order to achieve what I'm looking for?
I am trying to modify my current page to have a login. My Current page has the user select a store via a drop down List. This DDL will need to be used as the user name. I would liketo add a Password textbox and the end of the page that the user would just type in there password and hit submit to submit the form is correct or pop-up that passowrd is incorrect and re-enter. I would like to use a Database on my SQL Server to autenticate the passwortd with the store. Does anyone have any sample code that will accomplish this.
question about how to use MS Access as the aspnetdb.mdb during a login and authentication with the use of VS 2010 with framework 3.5. Reason: My current provider does not support MS SQL and only ms Access and MySQL as databases.I wanted to implement a login and authentication and based upon an artikel about ASP.net 2.0 i saw, that basically Access was the first choice in those days.Is it still possible to use Access? and how to implement this?Is this a matter of using connectionstrings inside web.config with Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0 ?Hope that i get an answer which i understand, since my knowledge about these things is not that big.
I have a web application that authenticates against AD. On the first login attemt it takes roughly 30 seconds to login. On subsequent requests the login occurs almost immediatly. I've searched all over google and this forums and noticed several people with the problem and everyone seems to have a different solution of which none work for me.
I was wondering if anyone knows of a good login stored procedure that can be freely used and features login limits and so on (basically a good one) With my limited SP knowledge, I've tried to create one myself, I haven't completed it yet as I'm not sure on how to compare the last login attempt time against the current time (it's in the comments).
we have a web site (Web Site 1) which is presently working and authenticates the users using ASP.Net login control.
We have a new site (Web Site 2) which will have a web page with user name and password fields and these values will be posted to Web Site 1. I am trying to authenticate those user credentials on Web Site1 using
Membership.ValidateUser(UserName, Password); method. but i am keep getting "User AuthenticatedObject reference not set to an instance of an object. " exception.
how do I fire the Authenticate event of the Login on Page_Load or at least how can call Login1_Authenticate(...) with the correct eventargs so that the e.Authenticated of the login control be set to true?
i am using create user wizard and capturing other information within content template when a new userregisters. Some of the textboxes are binded to required field validators.there is a validation control on the page and ShowMessage box is True.If they dont complete some of the text boxes then the message box pops Up with the error message.It does not however include information errors like "User already exists" or Email address already existsfrom the create user wizard membership UserName and Password Textboxesis it possilbe to hook all of these up so I get one message box with all errors including membership ones?
After reading a book I brought on ASP.net I fould the login controls to be very nice.I have set it up in my application so that customers can login using the standaard login controls and things were going smooth.But in my schema for my application I also have a table for customers (firstName, LastName, DOB, etc).And of course the customersID is used as a foreign key to tables such as Orders, Addresses (Home, Work, Postal).
The thing is how to i associate an asp.net login to a customer name in my table so that the CustomerID can be used through the application by knowing who is logged in.
I've set up a system with forms based authentication and using the asp:Login control. When I put in an invalid password I get the approriate invalid password message. However when I put in a valid password, it does nothing...just returns to the login page again. I'm triple checked the login info. There is no error message, and the invalid attempts counter doesn't increment. When I put a break point in the Login_LoggedIn event of the Login form, it hits it, but User.Identity.IsAuthenticated is false. I'm not 100% sure it should be true at this point, as I'm pretty new to .NET but it seems kind of odd.
My user database is stored in a sqlserver 2005 db that already existed. I've added a new connection for it.In the authorization I have