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9/12/2013 2:52 PM
 

DNN CE 7.1.0

I put the Account Login module on a seperate page and set to the page and all modules to display only for non-authenticated users.  I set the Admin > Site Settings > Page Management > Login Page to this particular page.  

When I logout, I get this error message:
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A critical error has occurred. You have been redirected to this default Login Page because the Login Page set for this website does not contain a valid DotNetNuke Account Login module, or the permissions have not been set correctly.
So obviously the Account Login module is on that page - so i must be permissions.  What's the trick in getting a login page to show only to non-authenticated users when the whole web-site is private - ie: not displayed to non-authenticated users?

 Banging my head against the wall for half a day over this...

Thanks for any suggestions...


Rob Poretti - Poretti Productions
 
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9/12/2013 6:24 PM
 

Rob,

have you checked the module dll file in the bin Folder?  Have it the correct version no?  If you redirect to the Login page after Login, and the annonyous user didn't have access permissions thats the wrong way.  Set the LogOf Redirct on site Settings to a page that annonymous users can access!

 
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9/12/2013 6:36 PM
 

Hi Matthias,

 I really appreciate the assitance but I'm afraid I need some clarifications.  I have not checked the module.dll - not sure if I have access to this - its a hosted site.  In any case, it  was suppose to be a clean install of DNN 7.1.0 - so not sure how it would be any other version then the correct one!

 There was no redirection set after login - although I have since changed this to re-direct to the home page.  (No change in behaviour though.)

 Regarding "LogOf Redirct" on the site Settings - I cannot find such a setting - what tab and section is this in?


Rob Poretti - Poretti Productions
 
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9/12/2013 6:40 PM
 

OK... I think I figured out what you meant...  Set the "Redirect After Login" to a page that allows anonymous access?

Not sure why I would want this... its a private site. After a successful login, a user is authenticated - correct?  Therefore I am redirecting to the home page which only "authenticated" users can see.   I do not want non-authenticated users to see ANYTHING - except the login page.

This is what I'm trying to accomplish - but now I get this error...

 Rob


Rob Poretti - Poretti Productions
 
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9/12/2013 11:59 PM
 
Matthias Schlomann wrote:

Rob,

have you checked the module dll file in the bin Folder?  Have it the correct version no?

 OK - I now have FTP access to the site...  what is the name of the module dll file?  It's not exactly obvious.  (ie:  There is no dll called "DotNetNuke.Account.Login.dll" - or something like that.)



Rob Poretti - Poretti Productions
 
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