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ASP.NET Membership password characters

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I'm setting up user membership for my ASP.NET app right now.  I'm adding users through the ASP.NET Configuration and it forces me to enter a non alphanumeric character.  Is there a way around this?  I already have username/passwords for my users FTP accounts and they don't have non-alpha characters in the passwords, and I'd like to have them match.

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You can change the Membership provider configuration in your web.config to relax teh password requirements:

    http://www.coolnerds.com/vwd/relaxpasswords.htm
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