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Hello all, I'm working on an intranet site for an organization I work for. I have implemented this package to allow for active directory authentication for page restriction. I'm have one small issue with the package, or it might just be umbraco. When a user for the first time navigates to http://webserver/ and the homepage redirects them to http://webserver/login.aspx it creates their user account and adds them to the groups they are a member of. After this occurs it displays the "Page cannot be displayed" error as if it can't find the homepage. Any suggestions on how to resolve this issue? Just as an FYI our website is setup a smidge different then most. We have the following structure, Master Page (Contains header, footer, and side navigation) -> Home Page -> Content pages. I have Master Page setup with umbracoInternalRedirectId to Home Page. Would this cause the issue?Thanks,Dana S Garcia
it sounds a bit like it's your master page redirection. but you can pause hte login redirect if you want to confim that the control is working.
adding ?pauselogon=true to the url before logon is fired will cause the logon page not to redirect back, instead the login page will render with a link to the URL it would normally redirect to.
this should help you workour where the error is coming from.
Kevin I think I may have found the issue with your help. For some reason my website is redirecting to login.aspx for login not autologin.aspx. I read that websites will do this if the permissions are set incorrectly for anonymous users. I checked my web.config and allow users=? is there. I granted the IIS user for testing purposes modify permissions. It still redirects everyone to login.aspx. Should I just put a redirect in the login.aspx to autologin.aspx or maybe even delete login.aspx and rename autologin.aspx to login.aspx?
it's usally something in IIS that is causing it to go to login.aspx - that will probibly be the name of the login page within your web.config ? you can try changing it in the config to autologin.aspx
but in terms of permissions you shoulnd't need to set any permissions inside your web.config as umbraco will handle them on the page. so i would try commenting them out.
Kevin thank you so much for the "Umbraco Active Directory Authentication" package and all your assistance!
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