Comments (13)
  1. Miro says:

    Hello

    nice article, but how to program custom login page with login and password for windows users ?

    thanks

  2. Ryan says:

    The title of this article is a little misleading since this login form doesn't actually replace windows authentication but rather allows you to require a pin confirmation after the windows authentication has already successfully occurred.  Not that the former is even possible, at least as far as I know.

  3. Vijay says:

    Hello Is it possible to have a custom login page for Claims enabled windows authentication to just have user id and password

  4. Rajesh says:

    Hi I am new to Sharepoint as you stated in article how do I perform the step  "modify the path of the virtual folder to point to the new folder". Thanks in advance

  5. sdafsdfsd says:

    this is crazy.

    who need to use Pin.

    all of the peoples uses their user name and password.

    how can i do that man??

  6. bloyz says:

    who needs to use PIN???? this is funny 😀

  7. Sidhu says:

    Please give step by step implementation.

  8. HayZeus says:

    What's funny is people posting comments asking for something that is linked in the first sentence.  If you want username and password.  Read the first sentence, click the link, remove the functionality for pin.  Success.

  9. Not HayZeus says:

    Mr. Smarty Pants, the first line talks about user name and password for FBA which is completely different from doing it for Windows Authentication.

  10. Anil says:

    We have a requirement for creating a custom login page for SharePoint 2010 application which is in Windows authentication. Once we try to access the application we are getting an windows authentication popup. Instead of this popup we need to get a custom login page to enter user name and password.

    Could you please help me on the above requirement

  11. Gayan says:

    Good effort, however this is not a solution to replace the default windows login box, So your first couple of lines itself is confusing, in fact it is wrong. Could someone tell us how to replace the default windows authentication box with the custom login page?

  12. SPLearner says:

    So, it is possible to replace the windows authentication poo-up with a custom login page (without restoring to FBA) or it's not possible at all? I am confused by all the comments above. If anyone has been able to achieve this, can he/she help?

  13. Misleading Code says:

    This code is misleading, its not windows auth but its just sending the user to the windows login prompt, which does the auth by agin giving you the normal windows login prompt

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