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Need User.Identity.Name in user control

Posted on 2004-08-05
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I need to get access to the user name User.Identity.Name within a user control, as it does no inherit the Page class how do i do this?

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access it like this:

Page.User.Identity
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i meant:
Page.User.Identity.Name
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