"The trust relationship" - again...

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Hi!

I added Community to an existing R2SP2 site using Deployment Center. That worked well and when I login in to Edit I can see the community tab.

Now, my user doesn't have access to do any community stuff so I tried logging in with the community account that Deployment Center created and gets the (in)famous "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed".

I tried both suggestions that was in the FAQ but none worked for me. Any suggestions? Or can I add access to my "normal" EPi acount in some other way?

Im on Vista, IIS7, VS2008, EPi5R2SP2 and Community 3.2.517.24

 

thanks
/Fredrik

#31657
Aug 05, 2009 15:34
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Anyone?
#31765
Edited, Aug 11, 2009 13:20
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Which membership provider are you using in this environment?

#31853
Aug 12, 2009 16:20
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Multiplexing, SQL and Windows.

I only get the error when signing in as the community admin, not when signing in as my "normal" EPi.user.

 

/Fredrik

#31854
Aug 12, 2009 16:25
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Ok.

I believe you will want to use the MultiplexingIntegration provider (see http://blog.tomstenius.com/2009/04/episerver-community-role-and-membership.html ), then log in as a Windows user that is part of the Administrators group to get started.

 

The admin user created during installation is for use with the EPiServerCommon membership provider.

#31855
Aug 12, 2009 16:31
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Actually I was using the MultiplexingIntegration, sorry about that.

I read Toms article a few more times and then rewrote the whole role and membership sections in web.config and now it works. Not sure exactly was the problem was.

 

/Fredrik

#31870
Aug 13, 2009 11:20
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