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.NET Framework Security by Kevin T. Price, Rudi Martin, Matthew Lyons, Sebastian Lange, Brian A. LaMacchia

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Attributes and Settings

With respect to ASP.NET, there are several elements made available to you inside the system.web element. Table 20.1 shows a list of these elements and the attributes and/or subtags associated with them. Each element, unless otherwise noted, is explained following the table. A subtag simply refers to an element that supports a higher-level element; it may have its own subtags and attributes as well. This does not mean that all of the listed elements are required by any stretch, this is only illustrating the possibilities. Please note that, as indicated, these values are all case sensitive and are shown in proper case.

Table 20.1. system.web Elements
Possible Element Attributes and Subtags
<authentication> mode attribute ...

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