Custom login page for SharePoint, CustLoginOOB.aspx, credentials are stored in a custom SQL Server table.
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Part 2 of the custom login page for SharePoint, requires user to agree to terms before continuing.
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User successfully logged into SharePoint after custom login page.
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Custom login web part when using anonymous enabled SharePoint web application and site collection. Add to web part page, layouts page, or publishing page, and specify that page as the login page url in the Central Administration, Web Application, Authentication Providers, Sign In Page URL
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When using Twitter custom login page, it redirects to Twitter for user to enter their credentials there, and then authorize application to use Twitter API and gain access to post tweets and get user information.
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User successfully logged into Twitter Auth SharePoint site. This site is also using a custom Master Page Template created by Tom Daly and is available free here: http://samplev4.codeplex.com.
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SharePoint 2013 custom login page, CustLoginOOB.aspx, as part of the Visual Studio 2012 RC solution, requiring user to enter a username and password, uses a custom SQL Server table.
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Part 2 of the SharePoint 2013 custom login page, requiring user to "agree" to terms before continuing.
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SharePoint 2013 Working on it! Logging in after user enters their creds and "agrees".
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User successfully logged into SharePoint 2013 site.
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User information showing the Claims name for the logged in user, which contains the membership provider name (i:0#.f|customdbusersmp|user1).
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After user logs in with their twitter credentials, the Twitter info and tweet web part is displayed, which can be used to submit new tweets. (Included in solution)
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SharePoint 2013 custom login web part for anonymous enabled sites. This web part is used as the Sign In Page instead of a traditional separate login page.
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SharePoint 2010 Central administration, application management, authentication providers settings
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After clicking the "Authentication Providers" button, this dialog shows the available zones to customize.
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After choosing a zone, you can change the Claims Authentication Type, enabling/disabling windows authentication, FBA, and Trusted Identity Providers (not covered). Notice you can choose more then one, which enables mixed mode, but is not recommended. Instead each zone has a different Authentication type chosen.
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Also available to customize is the Sign In Page URL. Specify alternative urls (site root relative) to use as login pages for SharePoint.
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Last edited Jul 27, 2012 at 8:48 PM by bandrben, version 4

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