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asp.net Using Tilde "~" in path gives ip adress and port instead of domain name.

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I'm deploying a application and i got a problem with the url resolution on the server side.

When I'm login, the browser detect my authentication cookie as a third-party Cookie.

My investigations leed me to think it's the redirection links appear to resolve to a IP adress and a port number instead of my subdomain.
(i got http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxx/login.aspx instead of http://sub.myDomain.com/login.aspx) I got the corect adress in the adress bar.

I think our in-house sysadmin put my app on is iis server as a "web app" that lisent on a specific port, then he redirect it somewere to sub.myDomain.com. But how those thing works is not my duty.

What could I do or ask to my in-house sysadmin?
 


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by:Saqib Khan
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Try to set the Domain Propety when you setup/create a cookie

response.cookies("TEST").domain = "yourdomain.com"

this way system will ignore sub domain.
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by:David Robitaille
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doesn`t help.
<authentication mode="Forms">
<forms name=".AuthCookie" timeout="30" slidingExpiration="true" domain="myDomain.com" />
</authentication>
i dont create cookies for the main domain or anything.it just the automatic thisn that asp.net does to create the login...
 if i goes in the page - Web page privacy policy in IE, i got the  http://sub.myDomain.com and some other entry like http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxx/login.aspx
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i got a talk with my sys admin he removed the  sub.myDomain.com from the adress thing. so now when you go to   http://sub.myDomain.com, you are redirected to  http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxx/ and evrything works... (it not perfect but it works...)
 
 
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