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ASP.NET 2.0 came with many controls designed to help you manage the login process and login status of your web site's users. The login

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ASP.NET 2.0 came with many controls designed to help you manage the login process and login status of your web site's users. The login controls provide a robust login solution for ASP.NET web applications without requiring any programming. By default, login controls integrate with ASP.NET membership and Forms authentication to help automate user authentication for a web site.

The login control group was made of the following controls

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