Re: Main form and login form in different folders using Forms Auth
From: Bruce (Bruce_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Mon, 11 Apr 2005 09:55:06 -0700
Maybe I'm describing this incorrectly. I have two separate applications. One
of the applications has a login form aspx page. I want to use this page from
the other application. How do I do this?
"Joseph MCAD" wrote:
> April 11, 2005
> Actually the folder does Not have to be a virtual directory to contain
> ..aspx pages If it is contained within a virtual directory. Such as...
> Root (VDirectory)
> -SubFolder (Non VDirectory)
> Even though the SubFolder is not a vdirectory, it still can contain .aspx
> pages, because it is contained within Root which Is a vdirectory. I hope
> this makes since. :-) Have a great day!
> Joseph MCAD
> "Bruce" <Bruce@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > They really have to be virtual folders/apps if the login form is an aspx
> > page
> > that will be run in another folder. The real question is *how* do I do
> > this?
> > How can I have a login form in another app authenticate the first
> > application?
> > Bruce
> > "Joseph MCAD" wrote:
> >> April 8, 2005
> >> If the forms are in seperate folders which are configured to be
> >> virtual
> >> directories, then you will be prompted to sign in when you browse to each
> >> folder. This is because signing in to one application will grant access
> >> to
> >> that application but browsing to the other folder will cause
> >> authentication
> >> to be required for that application and folder. I hope you see what I
> >> mean.
> >> I would check IIS and make sure that the folders are both not virtual
> >> directories. HTH