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I'm normally pretty familiar with IIS configuration, but am struggling to get the right combo of options setup to even get a request reaching the automatic login control.
Is this right?;
yes that should work,
if you have set up security on the content in umbraco (right click, public access) then umbraco should redirect to the login page. that is then the page with the user control on.
the usercontrol then creates the member account.
After some unspecific fiddling around this seems to be working now... the only addition I'd note is that I added macro parameters for AD details, so that the usercontrol can create a more populated member.
Hi, any chance you can post this unspecific fiddings? It all seems fine on my side, user is created and I have done the fix on the code that is in the Public access issue conversation (since was getting the error), plus some others to set up correctly the email and name on the member side.... only problem is that everytime I close the browser and restart it asks for the password... for what I understood it should just login directly
Thanks in advance
I'm afraid I didn't really record what I was fiddling with, other than trying lots of combinations of various authentication settings, and at some point it started working; sorry I can't be more specific!
It's worth verifying that the auth stuff is setup right with a simple content-only page in an IIS site, before introducing any Umbraco stuff - all this happens in IIS before Umbraco, so it's essential that you get that right first, before bothering with authentication to Umbraco.
FWIW, I've also seen IE prompt for username/password, which I understood should happen automagically within a domain, but not sure why that is.
Thanks for your reply Phil... found out that my project spec required a login interface each time they go to the website, so at this point only an Active Directory authentication was needed.... so implemented my own solution for this without involving IIS.... thanks anyway.
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