Challenge response dialog appears but if i cancel it then HTTP Error 401.2 appears. Reply Anonymous October 6, 2008 at 12:10 am Hi Mike. Not Cool It’s a simple fix and I’m grateful for that. Below shows the structure. navigate here
For the web app in IIS, do we have Anonymous Authentication enabled or disabled? Just a note: this information is intended for WCF web services hosted in IIS 7.0 running in Integrated mode. Reply Michael October 25, 2013 at 3:22 pm Good morning -- Newb .NET programmer here. Read the article to understand how to avoid this thread (use parameterized queries) salan_alani Regarding line 59, I am not getting even the default text error that I declared ("System error!").
Like you said, I think I'll opt to the... to work in IIS? The authorisation roles are not visible in the webconfig on the development machine but yet it works.
What do you want? The question is what kind of rules do you have in your project? Thnak you! Forms Authentication Redirect Not Working If you've show as otherwise show us full webconfig tags related to security.
I used a solution that I happened to already have on my laptop on an exam. Asp.net Forms Authentication Not Working Integrate Managed Pipeline Mode or Classic? jat465, Sep 22, 2009 #5 hoagieland If you implement .NET default role provider for roles based authentication you need to also set up your SQL server with the .NET role scripts There is this button called "Log on To" in Active Directory where an admin can specify which machines a user can log on to.
Forms authentication? Iis Forms Authentication Not Working Would there be a better way of achieving that or will your solution be the only way. Using IIS7.5/8 and ASP.NET MVC4, is such a scenario possible? Archives 2016 October (2) September (1) July (2) June (1) May (1) April (1) March (2) February (1) January (2) 2015 December (3) October (3) September (2) August (2) July (4)
When i load that page, I get the 401.2 error. http://win8s.com/forms-authentication/forms-authentication-not-working-in-ie8.html salan_alani Could we say why the Forms Authentication (which is apparently, without membership provider) is not working in production server? If a server in the domain sends more than 20 cookies to a client computer, the browser on the client computer automatically discards some old cookies. Any additional calls would fail on AD group lookups. Forms Authentication Failed For The Request. Reason: The Ticket Supplied Was Invalid.
Reply Andrew L. The User object is an instance of the IPrincipal interface. Reply Anonymous December 4, 2011 at 9:53 am Answer to San's issue is in the article, section "Setting it up", point #1, if anyone else is facing the same issue. his comment is here its working fine in my local.
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But after enabling windows authentication i am getting error on all my pages.
Any ideas how we can get this working using IIS 7.5 Classic mode (ASPNET 2.0) ? Consider making a small donation to show your support. Thanks, Mike Reply Anonymous March 14, 2008 at 7:55 am will this approach work with web services? Forms Authentication Redirect To Login Page the security must be working because when I enter an incorrect password it does not jump to the home page and the validator informs me that the user does not exist.
Any advice you might give is greatly appreciated. Client request This is a GET request after the user has been authenticated. The authentication types it switched between were windows integrated, and http-auth (not sure what the current term of the firefox/ie popup authentication challenge). weblink Thank you Sri Reply Anonymous November 30, 2009 at 11:14 am Great post!
To determine if a network device is removing the cookie, you have to capture a network trace on the client and the server, and then look in the body of the Forms Authentication? Here are the relevant lines I added to my web.config file:
The following code example shows how to programmatically read the identity of the forms-authenticated user.String authUser2 = User.Identity.Name; A convenient way to work with forms authentication is to use ASP.NET membership The result after those changes is that all pages act as if Authentication had been set to "None". Microsoft is aware of this issue and they’re taking a look. I would also like to know if there is another way to achieve this w/o having to keep it running in Classic mode, which I'm assuming will go away at some
the security must be working because when I enter an incorrect password it does not jump to the home page and the ... In the simplest case, you have a login page. But when everything is OK, it stay also in login page (without erros)! Anyway, I change it to "Exception.Message"...