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Aug
20
comment Add FBA User using C#
It should with some changes to BaseMembershipProvider() - as this gets the current sharepoint context - which you won't have on the command line. You'll have to specify the membership provider yourself - but you can do that with the web.config file if it's a seperate console application.
Aug
19
awarded  Yearling
Aug
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answered Add FBA User using C#
May
14
answered password management on FBA SP2007
Feb
26
comment Creating Custom Login page for both windows and Forms based authentication
The only thing I did was add a link to the forms authentication page to SharePoint's built in windows authentication page. The link is in my previous comment.
Jan
20
answered Forms Authentication in SP 2013
Nov
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answered Forms Based Authentication Discussion SharePoint 2013
Nov
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answered Do users require a unique email with custom FBA?
Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
25
comment SP2013 FBA pack - User Management error
No, you just put YOUR membership and role providers, not the 'i' and 'c' SharePoint proxy providers. See the example here: blogs.visigo.com/chriscoulson/…
Aug
25
comment SP2013 FBA pack - User Management error
If you can't sign in with them, ensure that your Security Token Service web.config has matching membership / connection string entries as your web application web.config.
Aug
23
answered SP2013 FBA pack - User Management error
Aug
7
comment FBA Users - SMTP Settings
That's probably the FBA Pack (SharePoint doesn't have an 'FBA User Management' screen, adding the FBA Pack adds it).
Aug
7
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Aug
7
comment FBA Users - SMTP Settings
When you say the FBA user admin section, do you mean the user management page for the FBA Pack? If so, it uses SharePoint's email capability, same as the alerts, so it should work. Maybe try creating some new FBA accounts with other internal email addresses and see if they go through. Also, check the SharePoint log file - failed email sends should be logged there along with some more details of why it failed.
Aug
6
answered FBA Users - SMTP Settings
Jul
2
answered Adding more fields to SQL membership Provider for form-based authenticaiton
Apr
14
answered ShrePoint 2013 - Configuring Forms Based Authentication (LDAP)
Apr
3
answered Custom FBA login page. Modify Default.aspx
Apr
2
comment Creating Custom Login page for both windows and Forms based authentication
I usually use the link: <a href="/_windows/default.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f_layouts%2f15%2fAuthenticate.aspx%3fSo‌​urce%3d%252F&Source=%2F">Windows Login</a> This will always redirect the user to the root of the site after login though. You'll need to add some backend logic (or potentially js) if you want to adjust to the exact page they were attempting to access.