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sharepoint designer for claims based authentication

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 22, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 

Hi friends,

              Is it true the the share point designer wont support for claims based authentication with FBA?.If it so what should i do to design the share point site  without share point designer.

Here I am facing a problem for designing my site .My site has the following configuration

1)Forms Based authentication with sql server provider

when try to open with url its saying forbidden..!

2)No windows authentication is enabled 

                                                    Any help is highly Appreciated .




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Hi friends,

              Is it true the the share point designer wont support for claims based authentication with FBA?.If it so what should i do to design the share point site  without share point designer.

Here I am facing a problem for designing my site .My site has the following configuration

1)Forms Based authentication with sql server provider

when try to open with url its saying forbidden..!

2)No windows authentication is enabled 

                                                    Any help is highly Appreciated .

 


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