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posts forcing re-login

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  1. Andy
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    19 Nov 2011
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    When I attempt to make a new post, I am taken back to the login page.  Happens in Chrome, Firefox and IE - the site has been up for over a year and this is the first time this has happened.  We've made about 60 posts already, so wondering what caused the change.

    LIL help? - Andy
  2. Andy
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    3 visits and no suggestions?  anyone got a clue on this one?
  3. Sonya
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    21 Nov 2011
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    Hello Andy,

     I have tried to reproduce the problem locally with 4.3RTM installed and, I could not find any problem like the one you described. Please see attached video and, let me know if I'm missing something.Please try to delete your cookies/temp files and, check if the problem still exists. What edition of Sitefinity are you using?

    Best wishes,
    Sonya
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  4. Andy
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    Sonya - 

    Thank you for the reply.  I attempted to post 2 more times just now without any luck.  So I then started making a video to show you and it worked.  Then, when I went to check the post, it kicked me back out.  So the "being kicked back to the login screen" issue isn't confined to posting.  How do I check my version of sitefinity?  If I look at the source code of www.eddieb.com, I see "Sitefinity 3.7.1990.3" - is that what you're looking for?
  5. Sonya
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    Hello Andy,

    To check your current Sitefinity version: Go to Administration>Version & Licensing (see sitefinity_version.JPG)

    Kind regards,

    Sonya
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  6. Sonya
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    Hello Andy,

    To check your current Sitefinity version: Go to Administration>Version & Licensing (see sitefinity_version.JPG)

    Kind regards,

    Sonya
    the Telerik team
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  7. Andy
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    Well, this must  be a fairly old version as I do not see that setting under "administration" as you can see in this screenshot.  I am still being booted randomly when using the site.  :(
  8. Radoslav Georgiev
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    Hi Andy,

    Thank you for all the additional information you have provided. Your website is running Sitefinity 3.x. To avoid getting returned to the login page please make sure that you have the following configurations:

    1) On IIS, go to your website and check authentication settings. You must have Forms and Anonymous authentication enabled. Other types of authentication must be disabled.

    2) Make sure that your website's web.config file has the bellow highlighted setting:
    <system.webServer>
      ...
      <modules runAllManagedModulesForAllRequests="true">

    3) Set up a machine key in the web.config of your website. You can use this tool to generate the config section.

    Best wishes,
    Radoslav Georgiev
    the Telerik team
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