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Append Domain to Website Login

Created by: Michael Olig
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For those using AD Forms authentication, the login requires [domain]\[username]. The domain can be auto-populated by editing the webpage file.

Below are instructions for how to do this in Summation:

  1. Edit Login.aspx ([drive]:\Program Files\AccessData\MAP) - add what is in red:
    <asp:TextBox ID="UserName" runat="server" Width="155px" Text="domain\"></asp:TextBox>
  2. Refresh the login page

NOTE: In the example above, substitute your domain's name in place of "domain".

E.g. The below will cause "Mydomainname\" to already be populated in the "username" dialog.

<asp:TextBox ID="UserName" runat="server" Width="155px" Text="Mydomainname\"></asp:TextBox>

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    John Wittig

    I found Login.aspx at [drive]:\Program Files\AccessData\MAP rather than [drive]:\Program Files (x86)\AccessData\MAP

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