.NET SitePassword Integration
Im new to the forum, however, I was wondering how I can enable my personals site to be compatible to the .NET Passport interface (or whatever this is) what benefits this offers, etc. I went on a like site and it seemed like it has some benefits so I was just wondering.
Please help me out.
The advantage of using Passport is that your users can sign into many sites (including yours) with a single username and password. The disadvantage is that it's quite expensive (something like $10,000/year the last time I checked).
Unless yours is a large site like MSN, I'd recommend that you use the new membership and personalization providers in ASP.NET 2.0. They're free and probably provide all the functionality you need.
Please post questions to the forums, where others may benefit.
I do not offer free assistance by e-mail. Thank you!
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