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Configuring Forms Based Authentication in SharePoint 2016 – Part 4 – Adding Users to the Membership Database




Configuring forms based authentication (FBA) in SharePoint 2016 is exactly the same process as configuring it for SharePoint 2013.  I’ve recreated the SharePoint 2013 FBA tutorial specifically for SharePoint 2016, using screenshots from SharePoint 2016 and Windows Server 2012 R2.  I have changed the tutorial to use the SharePoint FBA Pack to create the FBA users, […]






Configuring Forms Based Authentication in SharePoint 2016 – Part 3 – Configuring SharePoint




Configuring forms based authentication (FBA) in SharePoint 2016 is exactly the same process as configuring it for SharePoint 2013.  I’ve recreated the SharePoint 2013 FBA tutorial specifically for SharePoint 2016, using screenshots from SharePoint 2016 and Windows Server 2012 R2.  I have changed the tutorial to use the SharePoint FBA Pack to create the FBA users, […]






Configuring Forms Based Authentication in SharePoint 2016 – Part 2 – Editing the Web.Config Files




Configuring forms based authentication (FBA) in SharePoint 2016 is exactly the same process as configuring it for SharePoint 2013.  I’ve recreated the SharePoint 2013 FBA tutorial specifically for SharePoint 2016, using screenshots from SharePoint 2016 and Windows Server 2012 R2.  I have changed the tutorial to use the SharePoint FBA Pack to create the FBA users, […]






Configuring Forms Based Authentication in SharePoint 2016 – Part 1 – Creating the Membership Database




Configuring forms based authentication (FBA) in SharePoint 2016 is exactly the same process as configuring it for SharePoint 2013.  I’ve recreated the SharePoint 2013 FBA tutorial specifically for SharePoint 2016, using screenshots from SharePoint 2016 and Windows Server 2012 R2.  I have changed the tutorial to use the SharePoint FBA Pack to create the FBA users, […]






SharePoint 2016 FBA Pack Released




The SharePoint 2016 FBA Pack has been released. It was ported from the SharePoint 2013 FBA Pack (which was originally ported from the SharePoint 2007 CKS Forms Based Authentication Solution), and includes all of the features from the SharePoint 2013 FBA Pack: User Management Role Management Membership Request Web Part Password Recovery Web Part Change Password […]






Configuring Forms Based Authentication in SharePoint 2013 – Part 4 – Configuring SharePoint




Configuring forms based authentication (FBA) in SharePoint 2013 is very similar to SharePoint 2010, but there are some differences due to SharePoint 2013 using .Net 4.0. The web.config entries entries are slightly different. As well, IIS doesn’t support editing .Net 4.0 membership provider configuration through the IIS interface, so all of the configuration has to […]






Configuring Forms Based Authentication in SharePoint 2013 – Part 3 – Editing the Web.Config Files




Configuring forms based authentication (FBA) in SharePoint 2013 is very similar to SharePoint 2010, but there are some differences due to SharePoint 2013 using .Net 4.0. The web.config entries entries are slightly different. As well, IIS doesn’t support editing .Net 4.0 membership provider configuration through the IIS interface, so all of the configuration has to […]






Configuring Forms Based Authentication in SharePoint 2013 – Part 2 – Adding users to the Membership Database




Configuring forms based authentication (FBA) in SharePoint 2013 is very similar to SharePoint 2010, but there are some differences due to SharePoint 2013 using .Net 4.0. The web.config entries entries are slightly different. As well, IIS doesn’t support editing .Net 4.0 membership provider configuration through the IIS interface, so all of the configuration has to […]






Configuring Forms Based Authentication in SharePoint 2013 – Part 1 – Creating the Membership Database




Configuring forms based authentication (FBA) in SharePoint 2013 is very similar to SharePoint 2010, but there are some differences due to SharePoint 2013 using .Net 4.0. The web.config entries entries are slightly different. As well, IIS doesn’t support editing .Net 4.0 membership provider configuration through the IIS interface, so all of the configuration has to […]






Mixed Anonymous and Secure Content with SharePoint 2010




In this tutorial i’m going to step you through how to set up a SharePoint 2010 publishing portal with both anonymous and secure content. 1. Create a new Web Application in Central Admin. Make sure that you select ‘Yes’ for Allow Anonymous.  All other values can remain at the defaults. For this example I’m going […]