Re: Forms based security
From: Charlie Dison (charliedisonONLINE_at_vitalworks.com)
Date: Sat, 26 Jun 2004 20:54:44 GMT
Ok. that helps. Thanks
"[MSFT]" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi Charlie,
> To get the form authentication cookie, you may get the cookie name from:
> However, the cookie is encrypted, and we cannot get its actual value.
> Regarding the issue, since the content are accessible to both of
> Authenticated user and others, you can just leave the content public. Is
> this right?
> If you have private and public content on a same web form, you may
> following work around:
> When perform form authentication, you can add a cookie by yourself,
> indcating the user has been authenticated. And then, arrange pages based
> on this cookie value.
> Hope this help,
> Microsoft Online Support
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