Try the following settings in your web.config:
By default the
that we register is an implementation that allows us to provide support with the .NET MembershipProvider derived classes, so this entry should remain like it is.
The OpenAccessMembership37Provider may not be enabled in your project, so you need to go to Administration->Settings->Advanced->Security->MembershipProviders and enable it (here
is a screenshot). The web.config entry remains the same
Now when you go to Administration->Users the list of the availble providers will be shown above the "Create a User" button and also when creating a user there is an option to decide where to create this user (here
Note that in Sitefinity 5.x and 6.x the authentication is different that the authentication in Sitefinity 3.x. Sitefinity 3.x uses asp.net membership providers and the general asp.net approach, but in Sitefinity 5.x and 6.x the membership and role providers are still inheriting from asp.net built in providers, but the methods for authenticating a user are different this means using asp login control they will not work.
A user in Sitefinity can be authenticated by calling the security API in Sitefinity:
Use SecurityManager to authenticate a user in Sitefinity from custom login control by inputting the username and password.
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