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Lost access to control members and roles

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 23, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

I am working on an application that resides on a development server on our internal network.  The application was originally written to use Membership and Roles.  We got busy almost a year ago before the app was finished, and now we are trying to get it ready to use internally.

The login page works just fine, but I have lost the ability to controls users and roles.  I am running Visual Studio 2010 Professional now on a Windows 7 VM.  I can open the application fine but there is no Web Administration Tool available for me to manage users or roles.  If I go to Website -> in Visual Studio, there is no option for ASP.NET Configuration in the drop down menu.  It simply isn't there.

How can I regain access to manage users and roles for this application?  We are using Forms authentication and the database resides on a  SQL Server 2005 instance on a separate box from the web server and my local VM.

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