Use Custom Login Page (Not Windows Login Box) For Windows Authentication?Dec 30, 2010
Is there any way to use a custom Login Page (Not Windows Login Box) for Windows Authentication of SharePoint publishing sites?View 2 Replies
Is there any way to use a custom Login Page (Not Windows Login Box) for Windows Authentication of SharePoint publishing sites?View 2 Replies
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...View 1 Replies
I'm trying to enable automatic Window authentication working on our ASP.NET Intranet. I've changed the Authentication on our IIS 7.5 server from Anonymous to Windows Authentication Enabled only, and changed the Web.config file for the website to:
<authentication mode="Windows" />
<deny users="?" />
The Windows login box appears when accessing the website via IE 8, I enter valid credentials, but the login window keeps reappearing as if it does not accept my credentials. By repeatedly cancelling the login box it disappears, and my login name can be viewed on the website. Is there any possible reason for the login box to keep popping up even though valid credentials are being entered? I've restarted the servers / cleared browser cache etc. Also, ideally I would like the user to enter the login details once in the login box and not be required to reenter login details whenever he reopens the browser.
I was wondering what the following error means: Login Failed. The Login Is From An Untrusted Domain And Cannot Be Used With Windows Authentication. Initially, when my application was much simpler, I had no permissions and roles and my authentication mode was set to "windows". Afterwards, however, I added authorization, changed the authentication mode to "Forms" and ever since, when I try to login, I get the error above.View 5 Replies
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 have developed an Interanet web application using the windows Active directory authentication if user find then it automaticaly authenticated working correctly now my user wants the capability of being able to login to the intranet site as another user by providing the username and Password . For example, Team lead needs to login on other team memeber System to pefrom some task on his behalf if he or she is not aviable in office .
I have created a standard MS Login Page. However when I try to login on the page only by providing the Username system authenitcate the user ( not validating the password of that user)
My Web.config is shown below
I have an intranet web application, where i have windows authentication = true in web.config. I hear from end users that the website is aksing for their login credentials and they don't like it. By the way i am getting theusername from HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name and Domain Name from Mid(UserNameID, 1, InStr(UserNameID, "") - 1).In IIS, anonymous access is unchecked and Integrated wnidows authentication is selected.View 9 Replies
i want to create a login page and i have to use windows authentication. so what are the steps i have to follow to achive login contorl with windows authentication.View 1 Replies
I am using FBA(Form Based Authen) and Windows Authentication for my web application. FBA is working fine with username and pwd. I want to use the same username, pwd for windows authentication without retering credentials in default login screen. How to avoid the default login screen with custom authentication..View 2 Replies
I am using Visual web Developer 2010 Express.
I want to create a small intranet web site with a login page that will authenticate against groiups of users in Active Directory. So for example if someone in Group A logs in they can get to web page X and if someone from Group B logs on they can get to web page Y. Is it possible to do this with the login controls without writing code? I thought it would be a fairly standard thing to do.
I have a .NET 3.5 application running under IIS 7 on Windows 2003 server and cannot get integrated windows authentication working properly as I continue to get prompted for a login. I have set Windows Authentication to enabled in IIS with all other security types
disabled and my application web.config file authentication/authorization is set up as:
<compilation debug="true" strict="false" explicit="true" targetFramework="3.5" />
<deny users = "?" />
With this setup, I'm expecting behind the scene verification of the Windows user to allow access and deny anonymous users. However, what I'm getting is a Windows login pop-up when I try to access the site. I have been troubleshooting this issue for a few days now and cannot figure out the problem. Based on posts with similar problems, I confirmed my URL does not include any periods, double checked that my IE settings are set to Enable Integrated Windows Authentication, and also added my URL to my intranet sites, but still getting the pop-up. To troubleshoot it further, I enabled Anonymous Authentication in IIS and modified my web.config file to which lets me right in and then added Response.Write(System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentifity.getcurrent().user.name.toString()) to try to see what user is being used in the authentication. The result I'm getting is IIS APPPOOLmyapp which is obviously the IIS application pool for my application.
I'm still using only windows authentication but don't get the pop-up and the windows authentication is performed against the actual Windows user. Just noticed that when the login fails and the Windows login prompt displays again, it is showing the username that attempted to login as "SERVERNAME""USERNAME" which led me to believe it was trying to validate the user against the server vs. the domain. To confirm this, I created a local user account directly on the app server with the same username and password as the network domain user and tried to login again. The result was that I received the login prompt again but when I entered the username and password this time, I was able to successfully login. The network user and app server are on the same domain so really not sure why IIS authentication is pointing to the local app server accounts and not to the domain accounts. I realize this is an IIS question at this point so posting on forums.iis.net as well but anyone may have since have been troubleshooting this for days.
I am working on an application that uses windows authentication. Within this application, we give the user the ability to change their password. The user can change the password just fine. However, after they change their password, that is when things get weird. Sometimes they can navigate through the application just fine. Other times, they click on a link and are immediately prompted to supply credentials. Occasionly they can click on a link but upon a second click they are prompted to supply credentials. Does the browser keep a token to the original credentials and use this when they request the next page? If this is the case, why can i continue using the site sometimes? Can I change the password and then assign that token to the request?View 1 Replies
I have an intranet set up with IIS and it is working fine with windows integrated autehntication. However I have some permissions set and when certain users do not have access they get prompted for their login and I don't want this. I want it to go straight to the access denied page.
I read that "In integrated Windows authentication, the browser tries to use the current user's credentials from a domain logon, and if this attempt is unsuccessful, the user is prompted to enter a user name and password. "
So I understand this is supposed to happen but I was wondering if there was anyway to not have it prompt for a username and password if the first attemp is unsuccessful.
I have an silverlight application configured with windows integrated security. I would like to emulate the "Sign in as different user" functionality I would like to give the user, the option to click a button and show the windows authentication login window, so that the user can enter the "User name" and "Password" again using another domain account. (btw i found this question on another site but with no answers, I need the same thing so i copy/pasted a bit)View 1 Replies
I had a problem login management studio (Sql server 2005) using windows authentication because it doesn't show me any server name to connect and if I put my computer name and user name (my-PCpatel) login was failed.
So, I decided to uninstall it and install it again using mixed mode authentication. After installation I select sql server authentication instead of windows authentication and put login name as "sa" and password that I had put it during installation. But the connect button is dark gray(the way I can not select it or press it on) while the other button (cancel, help, option) can be selected or pressed.So, why am i not able select or click on connect button?
I have simple web application called App that is secured with Windows Authentication. I have set identity impersonate to true in web.config. There is only one page (Default.aspx) in App directory. When user enters the site ex.: http://localhost/App the login window pops up. When user clicks Cancel, IIS redirects to page with an error 401.2. I want to redirect to http://localhost/App/app_start/login.aspx. App_start is an aplication that is secured with Forms Authentication. I tried to handle programmatically the redirection by adding Application_EndRequest method in Global.asax file. But when user clicks Cancel the Application_EndRequest is not being fired. When user successfully logs in the method is being fired. Is there any way to handle error 401.2 programmatically or maybe in a different way?
if (Response.StatusCode == 401)
Response.Write("You don't have access to content.");
Is it possible to bypass the NT challenge login, and just have a standard webform login, then authenticating programtically as that user and passing those credentials manually to my connection string so that the database sees me as that user?View 1 Replies
I am getting this error when trying to connect a database from another computer in my home network:
System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException : Login failed. The login is from an untrusted domain and cannot be used with Windows authentication.
this database is using windows authentication. sqlserver 2008.
What is the connectionstring that I need to use in order to get the database?
I am using asp.net 3.5 web.config to limit access and it works great.
<allow users="Bill, John"/>
Unauthorized (but authenticated) users will be blocked by a system error message saying that:
Server Error in '/' Application Access is denied.
Description: An error occurred while Error message 401.2: Unauthorized: Logon failed due to server configuration.
In order to make the message more friendly, I uncomment the customErrors flag and create a GenericErrorPage.htm in the root path of my project.
<customErrors mode="On" defaultRedirect="GenericErrorPage.htm">
<error statusCode="403" redirect="NoAccess.htm" />
<error statusCode="404" redirect="FileNotFound.htm" />
However, it just doesn't work. I still get the system error message rather than my custom error page.
I have my website in which there are free links and links that require login. Free links open even if the user is not logged in. But in case of links that require login, redirect to login.aspx specified in Web.Config in loginURL tag.
I want some way to override this and show Ajax modal popup (Ajax extender toolkit) with login control for only thos links that require login (not for the free links).
i have a web site that uses forms authentication. the problem is that i have the site installed multiple times on the same production servers because i need to have a few different login pages (based on the domain in this case). after the domain specific login page, the rest of the site is the same. obviously, this requires a lot of maintenance as each new version has to be installed multiple times on the server (with varying the login page in the web.config file).
so i thought is there a way to install the site on 1 folder on the disk, have a web site on the IIS take in all the needed domains and make some http module (or some other solution) in which i could give it a list of domains and the forms authentication for that domain. this way make the login page used by each site change according to the domain while still having only one site to maintain on the server.
I've a got an Asp.Net site that is using Forms authentication, I've also got custom errors configured in the web.config. One of these is a special error page for 403's (access denied). My question is how do I get Forms authentication to work smarter?
I would like Forms authentication to send users to login page only if they are not authenticated. If they are I want it to defer to the custom error pages that i've defined in the web.config. This seems like something very basic, how can this be achieved?
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 am using Windows authentication in my asp.net project. We need to implement the security based on the configured GroupNames.
To simulate the Project environment i have 3 pages in my application .
1.TestPage.aspx 2.Main.aspx 3.ErrorPage.htm
When logged in user is in group or role "MyDomainDatawarehouse" i need to give access to Main.aspx page.If User not in that group and user tries to access the Main.aspx page by typing url in the address bar of Browser then i need to redirect user to the ErrorPage.htm. But this is the place where my code is faling. I guess some thing wrong in the web.config.
Note: All the authenticated users are permittedto see TestPage.aspx irrespective of their roles.
Note : All the .aspx and htm pages are in the same root
in my website Registation form is there when user register his details. when user first login in the website goes to
create client information page other pages are not accessible the first login user when his submit the client information
details he is intersted then admin gave permission he accessing other windows how to do that one give example