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Using powershell to configure the FBA is not easy job But Thanks to MSFt scripting guy, who wrote the extensive script to configure the FBA wither with LDAP or SQL. Script allows an IT admin to configure LDAP or SQL based FBA on SharePoint 2010/2013 web applications i.e. it makes all the changes in web.config files of Central Admin, STS and web ...


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You can follow there steps. This steps are just brief introduction: Create the Custom SQL Authentication Database Configure the Membership Provider Configure a SharePoint Web Application for Form-Based Authentication Add Users from IIS The detail script is given here


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Did silly mistake. Master page was just checked in. Master page needs Approval to reflect changes in extended site too. Make sure you do approval of master page after any changes.


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SharePoint only uses the FedAuth cookie in scenarios where it is necessary, such as ADFS authentication or FBA authentication. In the case of Windows authentication (even claims-based) Windows auth, including NTLM, Kerberos, etc., no FedAuth cookie is necessary. In your case, instead of trying to force a FedAuth cookie where it isn't possible, you should ...


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WSS_KeepSessionAuthenticated is used to keep users sessions authenticated. I believe this actually only present if anonymous access is also enabled. The reason is that by default you would be logged in as the "anon" users and not your account, so instead this is passed in after the first authentication is successful so you don't have to explicitly logon with ...


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To copy and paste my answer here from TN, All zones in which you need access to FBA users must be configured to support FBA. The current context of the user performing the query must have visibility into the FBA configuration, which of course is bubbled up via the web.config. If your Default zone does not have the web.config configured for FBA, then it ...


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You can try below method to redirect user after logout, this worked without any problem to me. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.Sharepoint.Powershell $web = Get-SPWebApplication http://YourApp:Port/ Set-SPCustomLayoutsPage -identity Signout -RelativePath "/_layouts/Static/Pages/Giris.aspx" -WebApplication $web


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The reason you're getting the message is because according to SharePoint, the user doesn't have permissions to access the site (though it is recognizing that the user has logged in). First, to validate that, add that user to a built in group (Site Owners, or maybe as a site collection administrator). They should now be able to login. Once you verify that ...



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