I am looking to create a confirm password field using asp.net MVC2 that works on the client. All my other client validation is done with MicrosoftMvcValidation.js by just adding the Html.EnableClientValidation(); call.
Some of my considerations. Should the confirm password be part of the model object? Using that approach i have created server side validation by creating my own model binder.
I have create a masterpage and add content page include user (firsname,lastname,password,new password,confirm new password adn etc..)detail update field. i try to give a client side validation all the function work,but in confirm password its not hide wen give a correct password.. anybody give correct solution..code are below..
I have been trying find a way, where whan a basic user wants to reset a record due to a typo. The use has to get a admin to enter there user password to confirm the update. this is based on a sql server 2008 DB that will execute a stored procedure to perfom the reset update. I am coding in c# working on a 3.5 framwork. I have seen thare a many confirm popup message box options but none for a password to confirm.
When a user that has their IE set to save passwords hits my "Reset Password" form, the first text box set with TextMode set to "Password" is populated with the users saved password. Understandable, this is not the affect I would like as this is their "old" password. I cannot set the text of a text box with mode set to "Password" (naturally). Does someone know how to suppress or clear this value when IE is saving passwords?
i m trying to change my password. the password in database is in hash formatting. the class FormsAuthentication. is using for hash conversion. the password is indicating the same in if condition. but after if applying it suddenly go on else part , even the value on if condition is same.
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. clarified that this is a password field for new users or for changing passwords, so ValidateUser doesn't help.
I'm having a hard time trying to create a right regular expression for the RegularExpressionValidator control that allows password to be checked for the following:- Is greater than seven characters.- Contains at least one digit.- Contains at least one special (non-alphanumeric) character.Cant seem to find any results out there too.
I am using Forms Authentication in a new ASP.NET 3.5 Application.I have created the Tables in my database and run the Web Site Administration Too.When I try to create a user I get a password error no matter what I throw at it and I am becoming sure of that this is a symptom of an a setup error and not a password problem.One of the things that I notice is that my aspnet_Applications is empty and I am not sure what is supposed to fill it.I have tried to delete all the aspnet tables and done the procedure again but with the same result.
My company has some unique password policies (such as a pwd cannot be re-used for 6 months, aside from the must include #, special character, upper & lower case)Can anyone suggest how to go about ensuring that a new user's password complies with these policies (using forms authentication in .net 3.5 framework)?
URL...how we can sending formatted email now in my Login.aspx page i have Textbox that when users forget their password they should type their Username on the textbox and after that click on send button.I want when users click on send button their user name that they type in textbox be on the email that send to me .
I'm using the ChangePassword method of membership provider to change the password and one of the requirement before calling the ChangePassword is to retrieve the current password. But I'm getting error:
I had been trying to solve this but there is a hidden key i wish someone point me to.
I had a simple membership database with users in first the Membership Provider configured for clear password to retrieve the original password .
Now a new requirement say that the password must be hashed and reset .
I configure the Membership password to hash , and Implemented the Reset Password Module.
My problem is as follow.
If the user is new registered user with the new configuration the password and the security answer is hashed.
also when I go and reset the password it continue to be hashed.
Now I thought that with new configuration if any previous user with clear text configuration , If he use the password Reset module , because my configuration now is hashed , I expected that the new password and security answer will be hashed . what happen is old user continue in clear text even if the configuration is hashed. so If I had new users everything is fine.
old users Membership Provider somehow know they had been stored in clear text and it keep change password and security answer in clear text . If I delete this user and create it , Membership Provider understand that everything will be hashed. I need to know how it know this , I need to migrate users not to delete and recreate users .
Also if there are no solution for that , I wish Microsoft Consider it in future cause it is a real user scenario, that can happen imagine a business system that related to membership user Id , deleting users and recreate them is not a solution .