Security :: How To Redirect User To An Error Page From Login Control Upon Entering Wrong Username
Mar 1, 2011
I wanted to know how to add the feature- that user should be redirected to an error page where the error will be display, upon entery wrong username/password when trying to login through an asp.net login control?
1. how to redirect the user to an error page upon entering wrong username/password (from a login control which is placed on master page)?
2. how to pass the error to the error page so it can be displayed there?
I got a role call "Staff", staff registration is done by admin so when creating a new staff only need their name, user name, password and e-mail. After registering, i wan to redirect the staff to the creating profile page to input their contact number and self-description which is a must for later use. For first time login staff, how do i compare and see if the contact and description profile is empty or not? If it is empty, then redirect to the create profile page, else just go to staff page.
I trying to do like making each different role redirect to their own page once they had login. For now when the user login they will remain in the same page showing the login template. How do i do that?
Don't I need a file name/URL to direct the user to after he has successfully logged-on? How would I script that? Finally, I only have one Web.config file (associated with Register.aspx) and that looks like this:
I have made a web page in which there is login screen when user login it goes next page but my problem is if i directly enter the url of that page it open. I want it should not open unless the user log in...
I am struggling to login into my web portal on my new sony vaio laptop. I think that I need to do some settings, or download some plugin. Infact I don't know what to do, as I have spent many hours trying to login, but no success. Below is my office website:[URL]When I enter my credentials and click login, the web page gets refreshed, i.e username and password get erased, rather than taking me into my web-portal. The laptop is having windows 7 home premium, with ie8. I have also tried installing firefox, chrome, opera and safari, but same problem.
as sony has refused to take the laptop back and they are saying that there is problem with website. Similarly, website staff are saying that there is a problem with the laptop and not with the website.
Im using Visual Studio 2010. I'm new to asp.net. I'm trying to do a simple user login page but whenever I try to launch the Web Administration tool, I keep getting some exception error. The below images is the error I encountered.
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?
Ok, I have been trying with this for many days now and read countless posts on this subject but I still cannot get it working.
I have created 2 roles and memberships one for admin and one for users, as you can guess I want to direct admins to a admin page and users to a user page. When a user logs on, it works fine, whether it's an admin or user, but they both present the home page, default.aspx
I know you have to have a redirecturl, to direct the user to the relevant page, either admin or user, but where and which webconfig would you put this in? I have seen in some post that you need a protected void or a role line in a webconfig file, but I have tried both these and countless other bits of code in different webconfig files. Before you ask about validation, I know this works as the user can log in, but just wont go to the relevant page.
I was reading some tutorials on Internet and Go through some Scott articles. I learn how to make form security with different types and roles. Now I wanted to know is it possible to secure asp.net control as per user login or just web page and directories.
i am using asp.net membership. when users arrive at my sight they can enter user name and password.
I then want to redirect them to a page called "MyAccountPage.aspx" which is unique to them. could someone post the c sharp code that I can use to capture the Unique Id of the user is it best to then pass this as a parameter to a control on the aspx page that displays data for that user. am I correct in thinking that I need a UserId column in my data table as well.
I have a home page that is very design-specific, down to the pixel. It needs to have username/password/login, but I can't have it showing any error messages there. There is a separate standalone login page that is not design-specific and can show any messages. It's using the standard Login control.Is there an easy way to link the two so that if an error occurs on the home page the standalone page comes up with the errors?