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5/13/2015 5:47 AM
 
Hello,
I really cannot understand why my login control does not work.

If I add a login module in a page and login fails, the module continuously loops and it gives me no errors. If I login using standard login.aspx page, I got no issues. The same if I use the login popup: no issues.

Does anyone suggest me a solution? I have v07.04.00

Thanks
eclipse79
 
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5/13/2015 11:32 AM
 
did you make sure, your login page has properly been registered in Admin > Site Settings (and does not meed any other special page like page after login or home page)?

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5/16/2015 6:23 AM
 
Sebastian Leupold wrote:
did you make sure, your login page has properly been registered in Admin > Site Settings (and does not meed any other special page like page after login or home page)?



Thank you Sebastian. At first moment I added login module in home page (I need that it is in home page). Then I tried to put it in another page and set it as login page. The result is the same, when authentication fails the module loops. For now I solved in this way: I set home page as non visible to anonymous, so that when user tries to surf in my website, he is automatically redirected to login page. But I don't like this workaround because I need to add other modules in login page...
 
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6/3/2015 3:54 PM
 
Hello,
I continue to have issue in ie11 with login control. For the moment I solved setting home page forbidden to Anonymous users (the portal is only reserved to registered user). In this case the login module in login.aspx default page works.

Anyway I have some problems resetting the password. In fact when you send an email with token, you are redirected to default.aspx page (ie default.asxp?ctl=PasswordReset&resetToken=xxxx). In this case, if I put a password that adoes not meet security requirements, I have no message error, but the page contiuously loops.

I would like to know if I can disable partial rendering for password reset function. I would expect to set partial rendering = false in authentication module, but I don't achieve what I would.

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