Blogs for users in MOSS 2007

Posted on 2011-05-01
Last Modified: 2012-05-11

We have MOSS 2007 and we are using Active Directory user login.

We want to create blogs for users but we don't want to them to use active directory users.

How this can be implemented without disabling Active Directory login?

Question by:zaki100
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    Enable FBA. Use the custom user to create the blogs
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    This will help you once you have enabled the FBA.
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    here is way  HOWTO: Configuring a Office SharePoint Server 2007 Publishing Site with Dual Authentication Providers
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    by:Minesh Shah
    1. extend the web app use fba.
    2. create users on server itself.
    but this is not easy, you may require ssl (https) while using fba as well.

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