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Problems with Oath signing in

Posted on 2014-02-08
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I'll spare everyone the details but I had to basically copy and paste my code to a new project. After I brought it into the new project my Oath buttons won't work. After they are clicked on such as "Facebook" it redirects to
{top level domain}/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fAccount%2fLogin
which doesn't actually exist. What it needs to redirect to is:
{top level domain}/Accounts/Login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fAccount%2fLogin
Seems like a simple enough problem to fix but I can't figure out where to fix it. Any ideas? Thanks, Chris.
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For anyone else that has this problem: it was a <authentication mode="Forms" /> tag in my web.config!!
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