Understanding the Web Configuration File - Part 1
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by Steven Swafford
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As you can see, the Web configuration file can become a powerful tool if you take the time to look into the options it provides. I have discussed both the authentication and the authorization elements, and provided a sample of how to use these elements to establish a login page for your application. As I earlier indicated, I wanted to include a variety of resources that may assist you further. Remember, programming should always be fun!

ASP.NET's Built-In Web Security

Applied Login Security

Simple Forms Authentication

Forms Authentication Against An XML File

Using Forms Authentication in ASP.NET - Part 1

ASP.NET forms authentication with roles

Forms Authentication Provider

ASP.NET Authentication

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