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3/15/2013 11:13 AM
 

Hey Everyone

A 5.0.5 version has been released that fixes the problem of settings not sticking and auto-login not working when no AD_Subnet record is in the database. Full release notes, documentation, and, of course, the download can be found on the provider's Codeplex site.

 
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3/19/2013 1:08 AM
 
I messed up in testing workItem 8512 and forgot to delete the AD_Subnet field from the PortalSettings table once I worked out a way to make sure it was updated so when I made a small change before the release it didn't run into the problem of the settings not appearing to be saved (they were but wouldn't get loaded when the configuration was loaded).

Anyways, I've uploaded a 5.0.6 RC to codeplex (http://dnnauthad.codeplex.com/release...) so if you want to test it out please do. If I don't hear anything by the end of next weekend I'll switch it to a full release. The RC should be safe to run in a production environment as the only code change was one line but, as a precaution and as a standard practice whenever updating/adding a module/provider, make sure you have a backup of your database and website before updating the provider.
 
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2/5/2014 2:57 PM
 
Upgraded to 5.0.5 (from 5.0.2) this morning.

Only issue is, my login is only valid for the life of my browser session. I close my browser and re-open and it'll require me to login again. This was not the case prior to the upgrade to 5.0.5

I have this in the web.config
[forms name=".DOTNETNUKE" protection="All" timeout="60" cookieless="UseCookies" /]

I changed this from 0 to 20160 in the web.config
[add key="PersistentCookieTimeout" value="20160" /]

When I'm logged in I see that my cookie {name:authentication, value:active directory, domain:my.domain.com, expires:session}. If it had to guess this is the one I need to say expires "Wed, 19 Feb 2014".

What do I need to do to make my login persist across browser sessions?

Thanks in advance!
 
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2/5/2014 6:00 PM
 
What version of DNN are you running? When you say it requires you to login again can you explain more? Are you getting the IIS popup asking you to login or you're having to manually login? What is the time span between browser sessions?
 
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2/6/2014 1:24 PM
 
Mike...thanks for your response.

DNN Version: 06.02.06 (10)

Every time I open a new web browser and navigate to my DNN website, I land on: https://www.mydomain.com/Login/tabid/...

I get the AD Provider Login.ascx, not the IIS popup.

The timespan is instant. I can be logged into the DNN website. Close my web browser. Open a new web browser, navigate to the DNN website, and I'm presented with https://www.mydomain.com/Login/tabid/...
 
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