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asp:LoginName Not Me

Posted on 2012-12-31
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I am using VS2010 and an asp control: LoginName.  The LogInName control does not display the correct user.  I am using windows authentication and this is what is in the web.config.
 
<authentication mode="Windows"/>
    <authorization>
      <deny users="?" />
    </authorization>

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Sometimes when I open the page I get the popup control even though it an internet site and passing my credientials.
Pop-UpCould this be a server setting?  Anonymous access is turned off on the server and Integrated Security is on.

Any Ideas?
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what kind of user account is it?   have you tried adding the account to local user administrators group which should stop the popup?
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innocentdevil,

The account has been added to the local user administrators group.

I now have the server group looking into the Reverse Proxy and Load Balancer.  They are taking them off and we are going directly to the server.

Truly believe that this is where the problem lies...

Will let you know....
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The Load Balancer and the Reverse Proxy were somehow getting in the way and messing things up.  Took them out and went straight to the server cleared the problems.

Thanks for your response.

us1975mc
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