C# - Password Validator For MembershipProvider?

Nov 23, 2010

I would like to validate a password field for creating / updating users in asp.net (.net 3.5). The password will be used for a MembershipProvider.What is the best way to implement this so that the validation will use the configuration settings of the membership provider? Of course I can just write the code, but this seems like something so fundamental that there must be a drop-in way to do it.[edit] clarified that this is a password field for new users or for changing passwords, so ValidateUser doesn't help.

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