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  • Hi, i have a pretty standard MVC3 web app that uses ASP.net security/authentication (forms)

    In IE10/win8 when i go to a page that requires authentication, it correctly pops up the login page. After logging in, i am returned to the page. Where the problem comes in is that there is a form on that page, when it is submitted to another controller view that requires authentication (or even the same page) it seems to have forgotten that authentication has ever taken place an sends me straight back to the login page.

    Any clues as to why and how to fix this?

    Thanks in advance.



    • Moved by Yanping Wang Monday, October 24, 2011 6:08 AM (From:Internet Explorer Web Development)
    Monday, October 17, 2011 8:23 PM


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  • Hi Rob,

    Is this working in other version of IE browser? 

    If this issue do not work in specific browser of IE10 in win8, I would like to recommend you post this issue to our Connect feedback portal https://connect.microsoft.com, otherwise, please post this question in the ASP.NET forums where you can get better answers about asp.net issue. http://forums.asp.net/ 

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    Thursday, October 20, 2011 2:25 AM
  • Hi Yanping.

    Yes it works fine in IE9 from Win 2008 server & IE8 from Win 7 Ultimate. I suspect the issue effects only IE10 or Windows 8, so i will try to figure out where to post it in the connect link. I had posted to asp.net, but suspect that there are very few of us using windows 8 right now, so getting around it's strangenesses is not something that most are having to do.

    Currently I have it (mostly working) i added the site to my "Trusted Sites" and it seems to inject the authentication cookie value directly into the URL. Between the domain and the view being referenced. I will keep working on it, if i find out what the issue is i will post back here (as well as asp.net)

    THanks for the link to connect.



    Thursday, October 20, 2011 1:11 PM