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How can I force Passport users to enter their credentials?

Hi,

There are times when Passport users can sign in, on an ASP.NET site, without
being prompted for credentials. This happens, as far as I know, when Passport
accounts are stored locally (or when users are already logged into
MSN/Windows Messenger). How can I force users to enter their credentials
every time they log in with Passport?

Thanks,

ronen
Nov 18 '05 #1
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ronen wrote:
There are times when Passport users can sign in, on an ASP.NET site,
without being prompted for credentials. This happens, as far as I
know, when Passport accounts are stored locally (or when users are
already logged into MSN/Windows Messenger). How can I force users to
enter their credentials every time they log in with Passport?


there's an option on Tools|Options, tab "Privacy" in Windows
Messenger and MSN Messenger.

But it doesn't always work, unfortunately.

You may also want to ask in one of the Messenger
newsgroups.

Regards
--
Thomas Wenzl [MVP for Live Communications Server]

Share what you know, learn what you don't!
(Deja/Google)
Nov 18 '05 #2
I'd like to force users to sign-in on the Passport site (
https://login.passport.net/ppsecure/uisecure.srf). This should be forced by
the ASP.NET application, not by the client machine.

-Ronen

"Thomas Wenzl [MVP]" wrote:
ronen wrote:
There are times when Passport users can sign in, on an ASP.NET site,
without being prompted for credentials. This happens, as far as I
know, when Passport accounts are stored locally (or when users are
already logged into MSN/Windows Messenger). How can I force users to
enter their credentials every time they log in with Passport?


there's an option on Tools|Options, tab "Privacy" in Windows
Messenger and MSN Messenger.

But it doesn't always work, unfortunately.

You may also want to ask in one of the Messenger
newsgroups.

Regards
--
Thomas Wenzl [MVP for Live Communications Server]

Share what you know, learn what you don't!
(Deja/Google)

Nov 18 '05 #3
ronen wrote:
I'd like to force users to sign-in on the Passport site (
https://login.passport.net/ppsecure/uisecure.srf). This should be
forced by the ASP.NET application, not by the client machine.


I see. Is it an ASP.NET application you develop?
I'm not familiar with integrating passport in
custom ASP.NET applications. But it should be
possible to force user login, since a lot of
passport customers and Microsoft are doing
it.

Regards
--
Thomas Wenzl [MVP for Live Communications Server]

Share what you know, learn what you don't!
(Deja/Google)
Nov 18 '05 #4
Yes, this is an ASP.NET app. Actually, this very page is forcing the behavior
I'm looking for. When signing in, the user is directed to the Passport login
page.

"Thomas Wenzl [MVP]" wrote:
ronen wrote:
I'd like to force users to sign-in on the Passport site (
https://login.passport.net/ppsecure/uisecure.srf). This should be
forced by the ASP.NET application, not by the client machine.


I see. Is it an ASP.NET application you develop?
I'm not familiar with integrating passport in
custom ASP.NET applications. But it should be
possible to force user login, since a lot of
passport customers and Microsoft are doing
it.

Regards
--
Thomas Wenzl [MVP for Live Communications Server]

Share what you know, learn what you don't!
(Deja/Google)

Nov 18 '05 #5

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