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  ASP.NET Forms Authentication - Part 1
Subject:   Little problem
Date:   2004-01-30 04:52:52
From:   hamid1
I am hoping that someone can help me with this. I created a login page and it worked wonderfully while I was in Visual Studio, however as soon as I try to access the page outside VS I keep getting redirected back to the login page. So I login, I am authenticated successfully, but as soon as I am redirected to the page I am trying toaccess it bounces me back to the login screen. Any help would be apreciated.
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  • Little problem
    2004-04-05 12:49:43  chrisii [View]

    I have the same problem.

    I have two different servers and the problem only occurs on one of them. (which just happens to be my develoment system, not my producxtion system) Grrr...

    Any ideas on how to fix that? I would think it would be a permissions issue but I don't have a clue where to start. (I've solved this problem in the past with a fresh install of windows, but that really isn't necessary.)

    Any Help would be appreciated.
    • Little problem
      2004-07-16 10:30:37  oyster [View]

      Hi,

      I have the same problem, I tried with a simple application that just has to do with authentication (a default.aspx, login.aspx and web.config files). It works ok, but when tried with my "real" application, it does not work.

      If someone has found the solution to this, plese let me know.

      Thanks.
    • Little problem
      2004-04-27 15:23:44  chrisii [View]

      I have figured out the problem to be cause by an Incorrect PATH Environment Variable. Which can be found in the System Control Panel.

      "C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v1.1.4322" is the proper location to the current version of the .NET framework that I have installed.
    • Little problem
      2004-04-11 00:15:52  O.K. [View]

      This problem can appear when there is an underscore ("_") sign in your URL.

      E.G.
      http://This_is_not_good/test.aspx
      and
      http://test.com/this_is_not_good_either.aspx

      O.K.