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5/16/2015 3:56 AM
 

Im trying to embed  C:\websites\dnndev.me\DesktopModules\Admin\Authentication\Login.ascx into my module. 

The problem is this error I'm getting:

The type or namespace name 'Admin' does not exist in the namespace 'DotNetNuke.Modules' (are you missing an assembly reference?)   

Which dll am i missing? I added reference to every dnn dll and still it can't find Modules in DotNetNuke.

 Line like this is causing this error: using DotNetNuke.Modules.Admin.Users;

 
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5/16/2015 4:06 AM
 

Same problem as in  this thread.

 The dude there says it's part od dotnetnuke.dll. But i read somewhere else admin user controls are not compiled into dnn dlls but are used uncompiled. So how do i  use admin user controls in my module?

 

 
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