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PasswordRecovery not acknowledging user

Posted on 2014-03-28
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I'm putting a username into the passwordrecovery control.  I see it's on the aspnet_users and aspnet_membership tables.
However when I press submit I get the UserNameFailureText
I'm using .NET framework 3.5.
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Question by:AlHal2
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by:AlHal2
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I did some more googling and found out the user was locked out.
Should I run this SQL to unlock him?

update aspnet_membership
set islockedOut=0
where userid=@UserID
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Alan Warren earned 250 total points
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Hi AlHal2

Probably better off executing the aspnet_Membership_UnlockUser stored procedure, it does a couple of other things besides toggling the isLockedOut bit
exec aspnet_Membership_UnlockUser 'ApplicationName','UserName'

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Respectfully yours,
Alan
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