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    I've created a new custom authentication provider (logon, logoff, settings) and it works as supposed.

    The only thing i've noticed is that the logon.aspx no more appears as a pop-up window (it appears as a standard page), even when i disable ste standard DNN Auth. provider.

    Any ideas anyone.

     



    Advanced Member


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      I don't know why this is the case, but I would look at the default provider to see how it's done.



      New Member


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        I've done exactly that. Copied the default and:

        -added a line of code in the logon.vb (i've done it in VB)
        -added logoff.ascx with another line of code

        Even when both providers are Enabled, no popup.



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          Well, after further investigation it looks like it is not possible as DNN treats every provider that is not of type "DNN" as SocialAuthentication. Check line 171 in ...\Website\admin\Skins\Login.ascx.cs

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