I have been trying to avoid the windows login userid and password window when I use the Windows Authentication mode for a web site. I need to capture the the windows logon user name without prompting for the user id and password and display that on the web site. I had tried almost everything... changed authentication,security setups on IE and IIS etc... still not being able to avoid the window...
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?
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 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.
To speed up my login when developing , I would like to set the text for the password textbox so all I have to do is click the login button at runtime.Also is there a debug/release flag or something like that , that can be used to run code for development only?
how to write/use/implement a script that will allow users to enter a web application by clicking a button rather than entering their ID/PW? Seems like a lot of terminology around, SSO, Blind logon, yet all seem to be doable with an ASP script -
Web App contains detailed security for users, not all users are on Win AD, so that is not an option., I'm told (?) Do I need to use a spreadsheet to validate users access to the application, ?
Script that would pass "cookie" info and allow users to enter app without ID/PW. We have a custom logon.asp page the is using forms.
I got the login to work fine- go to [URL]if you want to give it a try. Here is the thing. The profile functionality doesn't work. It draws from the same set of files, it used the same connection string as the users, it work on my local machine, but blows up on GoDaddy because it cannot find the file, and when it tries to create it. The file it uses for the profile, aspnet_Profiles, is on there along with the rest of the membership files. The connection string is not defined individually. Why is it finding the user files, but not the profile file.
I have a login form and users have to enter their username and password for entering the sites ..
Also now its possible for users to enter the sites without login .. they can select the options in the menu and access them ... But i want to restrict the users ..only allow them to access the menu componets after login ... If they tries to access the contents a text have to display ask them to login
how can i do that... i am using vb.net as my language in the page
We have a system where an administrator can login and create other users. If the administrator creates another user, then logs out and immediately logs back in with the new user information the UserID Guid is not available. If you log out and login again with the new username it works, or if you simply refresh the page it works.
I am having a big problem trying to set the password for a login (MS SQL Server Management Studio).
I can create a new login and specify a password. Hitting "OK" reports no errors. Opening the newly created login shows that windows has automatically changed the original password to something else (I can tell because of the password length).
I have no idea why this is happening and have even tried reinstalling SQL.
I want to force users to provide a username, but not a password. I want to use many features of the membership class, but in an environment where passwords are not required.I could set up a "UserName" textbox, and give all my users the same, hard-coded password, but I was hoping to find a more simple solution.[I know, this should NOT have been posted in a forum entitled "Security". "Insecurity" or "Vulnerability" would be more fitting, but...]
I am developing a shopping cart with asp.net and sqlexpress. I am using aspnet authentication components to create a backend page. I designed the site to let in only authorized users in.
Yesterday, I forget my password to login to backend and asked system recover my password. with recover password of the asp.net I was able to receive the temp password. I took that and logged in, of course asp.net forward me to password change component which I am having problem with.
Every time I change my password , password change shows that I was successfull but after clicking on the continiue button password change component comes back. I went to properties of password change component and entered the main default page as destination but it is not helping.
I close the IE clear the cache , even restart the machine. When I login always taking me to the password change page.
I am trying to login usng form authentication from my web.config but it does not work. In the web.config i have the following: (i am going to make the password secure but just need to work with the basics