Why create a custom login page when you can achieve this by breaking the inheritance permission on that document library.
Break the inheritance permission on the document library and grant permission to only those users/groups that should have access to that library. Users/groups not granted access to this document library, will pop-up window asking for ...
Its very much possible with SharePoint Online and ADFS with single sign-on integrations. for more details you can refer to the below technet articles from Microsoft.
SharePoint Online is not appropriate for this type of setup. I would instead look at hosting it yourself, or find a service that will allow you to host VMs which you maintain. You cannot implement your 'own' login page for non-licensed accounts. The alternative is licensing every customer and using ADFS or another federation service that leverages on-prem ...
I don’t think this is directly possible to have a custom login form for Active Directory users. But there is a tricky way.
You can go with Form Based Authentication and let FBA to connect with your Active Directory.
For more information on Connecting FBA to Active Directory please have look to this :
Setting up Forms Based Authentication for Active ...
Before doing the Custom login page for windows authentication, you have to configure your web application web.config file to authenticate current user credential against active directory. Here is a link which may help you on that.
And Creating a Forms Based Authentication will be easy. You can get help from here on that.
ADFS is not mandatory to these. But ...
SharePoint Online could work, but it wouldn't run like a "normal extranet". In SharePoint Online, you would simply share site access with the external user email addresses, and they are then required to use/back/link their company email address with Office 365 account or consumer Microsoft account. The beauty of this is you aren't in the business of ...
Start from the following article
Branding Default Login Page for Form Based Authentication in SharePoint 2013
Find default FBA login page in
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\IDENTITYMODEL\FORMS
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\IDENTITYMODEL\...
Since the GAC location changed after .NET Framework 4.0, the Microsoft.SharePoint.IdentityModel.dll is found in the below folder:
Exact location of the dll would be:
It’s not supported to create a custom Sign In page for SharePoint Online (Office 365).
But we can add custom branding to Sign In page.
How to add custom branding to Office 365 Sign In page:
To build off the above answers.
You have the ability to onboard your clients in bulk and that's exactly what Microsoft create the Azure AD B2B (Busines to Business) API for. You can upload a list of addresses and those users will get an email inviting them to your tenant. This is a little different from the external sharing in OneDrive/SharePoint, but ...
You need to use below sample code to get token for Identity server login.
Add below code to your login button. Currently it will pop up claim that return through Identity server.
public void SignIn(string user, string pass)
//Call the _authorizer to check the credentials
In order to achieve what you need, you "simply" have to switch to Form-Based Authentication (FBA) at the Web application level, and make it point to a custom page you have to develop first. That custom page shows the form you like, and checks the credentials the way you like.
A simple Google query will give you all links you need to build and setup a ...
I was unable to solve the original request of instantiating the OWIN context but worked around it by decrypting the cookie directly which gives me access to the user identity and claims. Using this information I am then able to log the user into SharePoint using FBA.
The code I used to decrypt the cookie follows. The first step is to override the creation ...