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This is because SharePoint 2010 also creates an auth cookie which is saved to local file. The trick is to force SharePoint 2010 to use a session-based cookie, so that it is destroyed when the page is closed. In order to do that, run the following PowerShell script on the SharePoint WFE: $sts = GetSPSecurityTokenServiceConfig $sts.UseSessionCookies = $true ...
I'm not sure if these articles would apply in your situation but adding an event handler for the ExecutingWebRequest solved the Forbidden errors I was getting when making CSOM calls. Although most of these articles apply to previous versions of SharePoint I was able to get it working with our 2013 environment. ...
I got answer at MSDN forums as in the below link http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/7b261280-b29d-4545-afc0-9c78c05a982b/sharepoint-fba-using-ad-lds-vs-asnet-sql-membership-database?forum=sharepointgeneral
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