ASP.NET version of "Login & Password"

By John Peterson

A very simple introduction to forms authentication in ASP.NET. The sample includes examples of the three files you'll need in order to password protect a page or section of your web site using ASP.NET: a login page, a page to protect, and an appropriately set up web.config file.



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  • Multimedia Specialist

    Posted by Tim on 11/14/2012 08:55am

    Hello, I got the login page up, but when logging in, it goes right to default.aspx https://cme-online.wustl.edu/login.aspx I also noticed I can go right to https://cme-online.wustl.edu/login-protected.aspx bypassing login Here is my web.config

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  • aspcodes

    Posted by travies on 09/15/2012 03:20pm

    i need codes not echus and ek ek

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  • compose

    Posted by anil kumar on 05/15/2012 11:47pm

    good

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