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My Sharepoint 2013 was not properly federated and I was authenticating with itself. As a result FedAuth cookie were missing.


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I believe you are using a Custom ASP.NET Sign in page. If not then create a custom sign in page and in that you can try Windows Authentication by default. In case of failure just display a form which has option to enter username and password and a button to sign-in. On click of button user Forms Authentication to validate the user. https://...


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First off, you do have access to Active Directory. Simply install the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC via Server Manager. Second, if you want to expose the entire domain, you simply put in: DC=domain,DC=com for both the Users and Groups.


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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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