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Asp.net, vb, Login control - Get user's First and Last name

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How do I get a user's First and Last names after the user has been authenticated using the Login control?

I'm trying to display a "Logged on as FName LName" on my asp.net pages.
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The loginName classis used to return the users login info. I have used this before to get usernames from login control.

see microsoft page on MSDN for more info
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.webcontrols.loginname.aspx

I would post more but there is not much to it. when you see the MSDN page above it shows all code.
Mark
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