Aug 16, 2019 04:19 PM|WilliamSnell|LINK
I'm not very knowledgeable about various forms of authentication, something I need to fix ASAP. In my application, users are automatically signed on from their Active Directory credentials, which are matched against the associated user from the application
database. The application has two basic entry points - logged-in users are routed to the correct dashboard based on their user groups, and anonymous users are routed to the application page. The flow goes like this:
A request has been made to allow users to log off and back in with an alternate email address, which is easy if users are either logged in or are required to log in, but I'm not sure how to accomplish this when I need to allow anonymous users to be sent
to a particular page that allows anonymous users. I suppose as part of my logoff method, I could set some value that identifies the current user as having just logged off, and load a log-in page based on that. Any suggestions?