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4/20/2017 6:36 AM

Hello All,

We are using DNN 9.0.1
Our client want to hide thr login section from the public user.

We created a page "important" add the login module to it and change the setting to set "importanr page" as login page.

The issue now that when anyone open "login.aspx" it will redirect to important page


How we can stop the redirection for login?


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4/23/2017 7:37 AM
any idea ?
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4/24/2017 6:01 AM
Hi Nisreen,

The 'login.aspx' page by default will always redirect you to page specified in 'Site Settings-> Advanced Settings-> Page Management-> Login page'.
So, if you restore previous settings, e.g. 'Login page' = 'Non specified',
login.aspx will redirect you to 'old' login page.
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