NET developers can set a string value for this property through the This property gets a value indicating whether or not the membership provider is configured in such a way that it requires the user to answer a password question for password reset and retrieval.
Example The following code example shows a property is used for organizing user information. NET applications can use the same database and create duplicate user names because user information is stored uniquely for each application name. NET developers can set an integer value for this property through the property is set to 10, and 6 invalid password attempts are made followed by 3 invalid password-answer attempts, 4 more invalid password attempts or 7 more invalid password-answer attempts must be made within the Property Value The minimum number of special characters that must be present in a valid password. This can result in the user being locked out and unable to log on until the lock status is cleared by a call to the .
This property can be set programmatically, or it can be set declaratively in the Web application configuration file using the Property Value The number of invalid password or password-answer attempts allowed before the user is locked out. If a user forgets a password that is in hashed format, the password cannot be retrieved.
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Hi I am using the SQLMembership Provider (SQL Server 2000) in ASP.