I have set up BlogEngine.net 2.5 for use as an internal tool on our domain.
Basically, I want the following rules:
- If you are Authenticated, you are an Editor (Everyone who logs in, can contribute)
- If you are not Authenticated, you get to read the blog (for rss-feeds for info-screens etc).
I really would like not to have to manually add rows to the database, or to an xml file every time someone starts at the company.
I've set up an ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider, and can successfully log in using any AD account.
Problem is, the user doesn't have any roles, and can not see any posts.
I've tried setting the Self-Registration role to "Editors", with no luck.
If I go to the Users admin page, I don't see any users at all, but when I look at the dashboard, I can see that I have ~100 users (which probably is correct).
If I enable "Allow self-registration", and try to register with an AD username it (correctly) detects that this is a duplicate, and won't allow it to go through.
So, what I'd like to ask is:
- Is something wrong on my end, or is this expected behaviour?