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Form Authentication Logout in asp.net

Posted on 2009-07-07
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hi..
in asp.net form authentication, once i logged out, it will redirect to login page again.,

but if i pressed the back button in Browser, its navigate to the previous page., ofcourse if the user is trying to do any thing on that page means it will again redirect to login page.

my problem once i logged out., it should not go back to previous page if i pressed back button in Browser
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use  javascript  window.forword(1); at logout page
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