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How to access value from login control txtbox asp.net 2

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ASP.NET 2
Visual Studio 2005
win xp

Hi I want to retrieve the username from the login control txtbox when a user logs on
and store in a variable.

tried  

Dim username As String
        username = Login1.FindControl("UserName")

but get following error

Error      2      Value of type 'System.Web.UI.Control' cannot be converted to 'String'.      

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kraffay earned 500 total points
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Try this:

username = Login1.UserName
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thanks :)
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