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DotNetNuke Hosting :: DotNetNuke User Roles and Security

clock Julie 22, 2013 06:42 by author Mike

One of the many benefits of DotNetNuke is the ability to easily control which users of the website can see and interact with what content. You can control the security and settings at the Page and Module level. This is useful if you wanted to create sections of your website that are for registered website users, members only, or for employee only sections.


A role is usually a group of users. There are a couple default roles such as Registered User, Unauthenticated user as well as a subscriber. However, you can create as many roles as you may need for your website. Examples may include PaidMembership, Employee, BoardofDirector, or Blogger. You can then add users of the website to a role.


A user is anyone who has a username and password to access the website. You may have created them an account, or possibly they registered and created their own account. By default every user will be in the Registered Users and Subscribers role. You can then manually add that user to additional roles as needed. Some modules like the 3rdparty Store can automatically add users to roles after buying a certain product. For example, after they purchase a ‘membership’ it can add them into a member’s role.

You can read about page and module settings to learn more about how to configure what users on your website can access which areas or control who can edit what.

Managing Users

From the admin Users page, which can be accessed in the upper right corner under ‘common tasks,’ you are able to Add/Edit/Delete Users, manage passwords, as well as determine what fields you want to collect when a user registers.

Extending User Profile & Account Registration

By default, when you register DotNetNuke will collect a username, first name, last name, display name, email address, and a password. If you want to collect more information than the basics, roll over the blue arrow on the Users module and select Manage Profile Properties. You will notice when you access this area that you will see many more properties that you can enable and also you can add more fields by clicking Add New Profile Property. If Required is checked then the user must provide a value for that field. If visible is selected then it will be shown on the new user registration page. 

However, by default, DotNetNuke is configured for the basics registration options unless explicitly told otherwise. To get DNN to honor the custom profile fields you need to access the Users section then select “User Settings.”

The setting you want to change is Require a valid Profile for Registration. Set that to true and DNN will then use the custom profile fields on the new user registration page.

User Settings

You will notice a lot of settings in the User Settings area. The first two sections regarding Membership Provider Settings and Password Aging Settings are all controlled from your DotNetNuke web.config file. These cannot be configured from within DNN, only by editing that file. Many of the User Account settings are for configuring how the administrators User list is displayed. Then you have some valuable options like where to redirect the user after logging in, after logging out, or after registering. You can also require them to complete a CAPTCHA during the login or registration process. The require valid profile option is to show the user the additional profile properties when creating an account. Require a valid profile for login is an option in case you want to create someone’s username and password then send that to them. Once they login, they will have to complete the rest of their profile before getting access to the site. Proudly Announces ASP.NET MVC 5 Hosting

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DotNetNuke Hosting – :: Remove DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL Virus

clock Julie 1, 2013 07:29 by author Ben

DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL is genuinely a system process belonging to the Microsoft Windows Operating System. It is used by many different software on your computer. Many programs you are familiar with run as stand-alone executable, like DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL.

And now, I want to tell you about the tips how to remove DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL Virus.

Generally, the DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL file is located in your Windows\system32 folder as a legitimate windows process. Unfortunately, some files can secretly be moved to different locations or change names like many malicious programs do. If you notice that you may have spyware or adware, check your system to see if there is suspicious files with a similar name of DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL stored elsewhere. you should make sure to check the processes in the task list if you are worried about removing DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL virus. If a virus or malware/spyware, destroys your DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL or, for example, your DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL is corrupt or gets accidentally removed for some other reason, you need to take the following action.

Stop the DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL virus infected programs from running in the background on your computer:

1. Go to Start - Run - then type "msconfig", press enter key.

     2. Click the "Startup" tab.

3. You can now uncheck whatever DotNetNuke.Modules.IFrame.DLL virus infected programs you don't want to start up with windows. Usually there's a lot of crap there which you don’t want slowing your PC down.


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