Re: Cross site authentication

On Dec 16, 5:36 pm, "paolo" <paolobit...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello Everyone,

I am struggling to make cross site authentication work...

I have a aspnet 1.1 app (which is to be converted to 2.0 shortly) that has
to be integrated with another aspnet 2.0 app.

The need is to use the same login form for both apps, so I modified my
web.config file in order to use the other app' login page, so far so good..

Hi Paolo,

take a look at the following post (#5) and read comments at the end.

Then look at
or simply

Hope this helps


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