In ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005, you can quickly program custom authentication pages with the provided Membership Login controls. In this article, Dina Fleet Berry examines the steps involved in using the Login control with a custom SQL Server membership database.
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This article shows you how to share the same cookie across multiple sub-domains and multiple domains. Learn about sharing state information across web farms using SQL Server. The examples in this issue highlight the power of redirection within Active Server page and enforce the concepts that relate to cookie manipulation.
This article details the support provided by the .NET Framework for packaging and deploying ASP.NET Web applications onto target machines. It also shows how to use Windows Installer technology for creating sophisticated ASP.NET Web application installers.
Whether you abhor or embrace them, frames can be used to produce user-friendly and aesthetically pleasing Web sites. The trick is correct implementation. This article by Scott Rosa shows how to work with frames in ASP.NET and discusses some benefits over frame alternatives.
In this article, Robert Chartier shows how to use the System.DirectoryServices Class for some simple User and Group administration tasks with impersonation.
Learn about N-tier application architecture and realize that developing with multiple layers produces a flexible and reusable application for distribution to any number of client interfaces.