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how to use login control on remote computer (live web site)

, 11 Oct 2013
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step1. drag create use wizard and drop on design window on your web page(default1.aspx).step2. go to website tab and click on asp.net

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step1. drag create use wizard and drop on design window on your web page(default1.aspx).

step2. go to website tab and click on asp.net configuration

step3. now open website administration  tool

step4. click on security link

step5. click on Use the security Setup Wizard to configure security step by step.

step6.  now open security step wizard  click next in select access method you can select from internet click next in data store after that you do create user and click on create user button.

step7. close administration tool. go back to visual studio and accept all changes.

step8. you can check your web.config file

some tags are added in your file like

 

<membership></membersip>

<roleManager></roleManager>

<profile></profile>

step.9 go to your server explorer

step10. right click on aspnetdb.mdf database and click to publish to provider link

step11. generate script and save this script in .sql format

step 12. logon your sqlserver account by sql server management studio (server address provide by website hosting company)

step13. and execute that script in your database

step14. copy the file into your hosting space

step15. and do some change in  your web.config file

step16. look like

<connectionStrings>
  <add name="ConnectionString" connectionString="Data Source=server address;User ID=xyz;Password=xyz" providerName="System.Data.SqlClient" />

<membership>

// connectionstring same as name of the connection string look like

connectionStringName="ConnectionString"

</membership>

<profile>

// connectionstring same as name of the connection string look like

connectionStringName="ConnectionString"

 

 

</profile>

<roleManager>

//connection string same

connectionStringName="ConnectionString"

</roleManager>

step17. after that you can run your login control on live web site

 

 

 

 

 

 

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