can i have <authentication mode="Forms"> in a web.config file in a subdirectory
I have a sub-directory in my application called Employers. It has this web.config file
<configuration> <appSettings/> <connectionStrings/> <system.web> <authorization> <allow roles="Employer"/> <deny users="*"/> </authorization> <authentication mode="Forms"> <forms name="gps_basic" ..."Windows" authentication mode in Web.Config Help
Does anyone know why I'm having problems viewing a page or a pop up login screen when I use
<authentication mode ="Windows" />
I have configured IIS on my PC so I can see other ASP Pages (like forms)
Please anyone can help it will be great.
I also have to mention that I get this message in the browser when I add "Windows" mode in the web.config
Server Error in '/' Application.
Access is denied.
Descript...Using "Windows" authentication to authenticate BUT "Forms" to maintain the user's session?
Is there a way to do this?Basically I want to ensure and pick up users who are already authenticated via AD but use Forms Authentication under the covers once they've been authenticated. Ideally I'd like to roll this into a custom membership provider so that both internal users (who will have already logged into their machines and been authenticated via AD) and outside users (who will need to use a login control provided on a page) both can have their sessions as maintained in the same way ... AND be associated and use a common roles and profile provider.Any help would be appre...web.config <authentication mode="Windows">
Is there a way to set a permanent value on the web.config file for the
authentication policies of my application?
So every time I deploy my webform application I don't have to open this file
and replace the default value: <authentication mode="Forms"> with the one
that I need <authentication mode="Windows">.
...web.config error <authentication mode="Windows" />
Hi, I am getting the following error when I deploy to my local server, while it all works fine on VWD 2008’s server, it gives me same error when I deploy locally to IIS and when I deploy to Godaddy. Line 86: ASP.NET to identify an incoming user. Line 87: -->Line 88: <authentication mode="Windows" />Line 89: <!--Line 90: &nbs...<authentication mode="Forms">forms name=".AUTHCOOKIE"
I used authentication mode="Forms" with AUTHCOOKIE.
my web.config looks like this <system.web>
<authentication mode="Forms"><forms name=".AUTHCOOKIE" loginUrl="default.aspx" protection="All" />
</authentication><machineKey validationKey="AutoGenerate" decryptionKey="AutoGenerate" validation="SHA1" /><authorization> <deny users="?" /> </authorization>
So far so good, but ...
I have a f...Parser Error Message with <authentication mode="Windows" /> in web.config
I have two ASP.NET applications in two separate directories, directories at the same level. They are similar, but not idential. The first works just fine. The second, newer gives the following error message:
Parser Error Message: It is an error to use a section registered as allowDefinition='MachineToApplication' beyond application level. This error can be caused by a virtual directory not being configured as an application in IIS.
and refers to the line in the web.config file that contains the <authentication mode="Windows" />.
&...Why isn't there a LOGONURL in the <authentication mode="forms"> in the WEB.CONFIG?
I am confusin.....
Why isn't there a LOGONURL in the <authentication mode="forms"> in the WEB.CONFIG?
Because DNN provides it's own implementation. A Login Module can be used in a page other than the default ctl=Login URL way that loads it off of any page.Do you know the truth when you hear it?...How to connect PB .NET Web Forms to MS SQL 2005 via SNC using "Windows Authentication"?
I have a PowerBuilder native client / server application which connects fine
to the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 back-end database via the SNC native driver
using "Windows Authentication" (NOT "SQL Server Authentication"). The
corresponding program code being used is as shown below:
String ls_userid, ls_password
ls_userid = sle_id.Text
ls_password = sle_password.Text
IF Len(ls_userid) <> 0 AND Len(ls_password) <> 0 THEN
// Pro...<credentials passwordFormat="SHA1" > in Authentication Mode="forms"
Hi there, I need to use credentials Tag but it shows that 'credentials is an invalid child name in Authentication mode.I could not find answer using google.It doesn't look to be any namespace problem. Please Help......... The code are as below. <authentication mode="Forms"> <forms loginUrl="login.aspx" protection="Validation" cookieless="AutoDetect" timeout="30"/> <credentials passwordFormat="SHA1" &...authentication mode="Forms" ?
If I use
<forms loginUrl="Login.aspx" timeout="480" />
with my ASP.net app, then user is forced automatically to login through login.aspx page only. Which is actaully very good for applications. BUt, there are some pages, for which I dont want user to login like help, faq, customer service etc. Such kind of pages are available should be available for all types of users.
So, how can I exclude such pages from Form authentication? Please advice. Thanks
Add...how do we provide Single sign on/role based authentication in a "web.config" file
we are developing a project in which we need to implement "Single Sign On" or "Role based" security how to achieve this can somebody kindly help on this as soon as possible its very urgent.
awaiting for your replies.
Well, if you implement SSO by authenticating a user against a Microsoft Active Directory then you can make use of the roles built into AD to implement role based security. You mention doing this "in a "web.config" file". I'm afraid that there's a little more to it than just configuring a web.config There's a great ...authentication mode="Windows"
i worked a bit with dnn for years; but never got really deep into it. ...
what is the so called "integrated windows authentication"? if found a lot about that here in the forum; and no just want to know more about it.
are there any "how-to"s (,...) for that?
if i use the authentication mode="Windows" (as showen in web.config) what happens? i can't login anymore as host/host or admin/admin.
if i have a windows domain, would it be possible, that domain-users don't have to login at dnn / could login with there windows accounts?
right right ex...Authentication mode = "Windows"
When specifying mode = "Windows" we need to do modification in the IIS
ie either choose "Basic" or "Digest" or "Integrated windows"
I am choosing "Integrated windows" based on the development environment setup
What i want to know is this modifications is sufficent to run web applications in "windows mode"
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