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Although we do not have a specific example of how to implement Client.net, here are some tips for such a project:
1. We have a sample help desk application that can work with the support tickets. This can be integrated with Sitefinity and it can run side by side with the CMS. Here is a link to the project
2. Our CMS is using the same Membership
classes from the .NET Framework, so the entire API applies to
Sitefinity. Our CMS is also using the login controls from Visual
Studio, such as the Create User Wizard and Login control, and these
tools were wrapped into User Controls and uploaded to Sitefinity. To
update them, simply navigate to the ~\Sitefinity\UserControls\Login
directory and change the controls accordingly. For more info on using
the ASP.NET login controls, please read this MSDN article
. We also have blog post about social networking that you may find helpful
3. Our Images and Documents module has a download list control for the videos and documentation portions. Simply input the info into the module and drag the control out from the toolbox. For more info on this module, please read Images and Documents in our User Manual
. We also have a forums module and that is discussed under the Forums section of the User Manual.
I hope that I have given you enough information about creating the Client.net area. If you need more advice, please let us know.
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