Login Control logs user in, but User is not authenticated, but user really is!
I am using aspnetmembershipprovider. Everything works fine. I slap a login control on my login page and am able to login and get to my secure folder etc.
When I try and put some code in the LoggedIn method "User.Identity.IsAuthenticated" = false, yet if I blow through that, I am logged, authenicated etc. The documentation says that the LoggedIn event is "after the user is authenticated".
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Hey guysAs it stands, I've created two web pages within my app. One is a login page which is simply a blank page with the login control dragged on top. Within this control I redirect to my second page which contains a set of asp:Panels that are supposed to hide/display depending on which user is browsing the page.I've read several tutorials and at the moment, I've installed memberships/roles using the aspnet_regsql application. I've also used the web administration tool to create an 'administrators' role and create a user which is assigned to that role. I've also ...Redirecting a user after a user is logged in?
I am using the Login control to login a user. But I have the IsAuthenticated property of Identity object as false even after user has logged in, in Login_LoggedIn event. Also, I cannot get roles for the user in this event using Roles.GetRolesForUser.
Can someone tell me how I could redirect a user based on user's role (only one role is there in my app per user) when using Login control?sun21170
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I am building a CMS application. All is on one computer during development using Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition and Windows XP Professional.
Simply, I have one set of pages and each website's domain name points to the same pages, which load different data from the database, depending on the domain name.
I am using the membership and roles framework but have left the applicationName blank in the roleManager and membership providers so that, as authenticated users create an account, a different applicationID is created for each domain name. This way, the users and roles ...User first log and another logs. Stats for users, etc.
Hello!I will write what I have. I have simple membership provider and login/register control. But when the new user come to site, he can sign up. After click "Finish" or "Register" button, his account is saving, but is inactivate. He also gets an email with link to active the account ( link is like: http://mysite.com/activate.aspx?id=XXXXXX, where XXXXXX is simply his GUID number, so activating user is very easy - aproove user where userId = GUID). Ok. But I have problem. How to make simply logger counter for each user ?Simply: "Hello User, this is your 123 log on this portal" My q...All users are logged off when one user loggs off
I have an application developed with ASP.NET and VB.NET now i am facing a very big problem.That is when in application if anyone user does signout all users who have logged in are also signed out.This means that if 1000 users are logged in and one loggs off then all other 999 users are also logged off. This is a tedious problem and i need it to be solved as soon as possible.Please help me out as soon as possible if you have any kind of solutions.
Could you post more details especially what is the solution in your code and what is your authentication setting in IIS?Best...how to get user data from a logged in user
I have the standard login controls from ASP.NET 2.0 on my site. Now i've added a id field from another table to the aspnet_users table as FK. Now i want to use this ID (if the user is logged in) to populate my datagrid. How can i get this ID? Erik
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and raise the problem you've meet :) Good luckBest RegardsXiaoYong DaiMicrosoft Online Community SupportPlease remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the ...Do not want to log in user after user is created
By default, the aspnet membership create user wizard automatically log in user once the account is created.
What is the way to bypass that? The scenario is, a current logged in admin is creating a new account and I want the admin to stays logged in instead of the newly created user.
set property LoginCreatedUser="False" of CreatUserWizard/GuruBhai
Thanks guru_sarkar. I totally missed that ...BUG: unauthenticated user being logged in as authenticated user.
I read the ardvark thread... not sure where to post. So I am going 50/50 and posting here.
I am running 2.04 on a windows 2000 server using all the latest patches.
DNN is using windows forms authentication and an SQL database.
User 1 with admin privs (UserId 1) logged on 6/1/2004 @ 17:30, did not log off. The page is on a 120 second refresh, so the sitelog logs User 1 with UserId 1 throughout the night.
User 2 on 6/2/2004 @ 07:50 navigated to DNN site and found that he was already authenticated as UserId 1.
User 2 is on a completely different subnet than User 1. User 2 is...Current User Logs out after creating new user.
I am using the asp.net membership provider for managing users in my application. I have created the required database in SQL server 2005. I am using the standard membership controls provided. (Login control, CreateUserWizard control etc.) .
As per business logic of my application, the user do not create their account themselves. The Admin user creates them instead. For user creation, I have created a page with the CreateUserWizard control. I have made necessary membership settings entries for the web.config file. So, the user gets created without any line of code.
But...Custom user creation
Hi, I've implemented a custom user creator, it's pretty simple, just has username, password, email and a school drop down list. I'm just using Membership.CreateUser() to create the user in the code but I was wondering if after doing that, the newly created user could be logged in somehow through code.
Thanks for reading!
If you wish to programmatically loggin in user, have a look at this post: http://forums.asp.net/p/1122352/1755945.aspx#1755945
Please advise if this is not what you want, so that we can provide other solution. ;)DC517Don't forget to click &quo...How to List out Current Log on Users
I want the efficent way to display Current Log on Users - Users in online.
If u store session of all user in database then u can easily get the online user by checking the session state stored in database.
Add the Login info in the database . Check this info regularly after some time interval and show on the page Thanks & Regards Sandeep If you want something you never had, do something you have never done!
Try storing the online persons count in the Application State Aminhttp://3...how to get the user id of the currently logged in user?
m develoing a site whereby employees are supposed to log in and take orders. the users are being created thru the ASP web Administration tool and stored by default into the SQL Server Database named AspNetDB.mdf that's stored in the App_Data folder of our website. the database is created auomatically. How to display the userid as this userid is too complicated and there can be many users with the same username.
You can use the Membership class to get the info about a user:
The GetUser method can also take a username as a...User logs in, loads another users profile.
I hope i'm posting in the correct place, I'm not sure if this is an AD
issue or a Novell client issue, or ConsoleOne.
User A logs into windows XP with the correct user name and password, it
logs him in but loads User B's profile.
Both users have never logged into the computer so it's not loading a
cached profile, it always loads users B's profile, doesn't matter which
If user B logs in it is fine.
I checked both users profiles in AD and ConsoleOne and all seems to be
We do not use roaming profiles, nor do we use terminal se...