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  • First, "Sign-In as different" user should not be available in SP2013 as it was removed for security reasons. Did you manage to have it back ?

    If you want to do a custom code to handle your problem, you should consider some points :

    • the cookies from the previous user should be totally cleared to prevent security issues
    • your subsite url should be use to redirect your new user once signed in, but how will you handle the home page for each of your users ?
    • will you have a fiwed home page or are your user supposed to be redirected to the page they tried to reach before signing in ?

    A lot a questions must be answerd, my opinion is that the required effort to solve your problem will be su huge compared to the benefits.

    By nature, SharePoint is a portal which means that all users access content from a home page.

    If you really need to have your users redirected to one subsite (for security reasons for instance) why not trying to do a second web application ?


    Fabrice DG, Technical Solutions Professional, EMEA at AvePoint
    Follow my technical blog (french).

    Wednesday, May 15, 2013 5:23 PM

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  • Hello,

    this is the SP 2010 forum but I can try to answer you :)

    if you try to access a site without having permission, it's normal to be redirected to the access request page, as is the behaviour of directing a new connected user to the home page of your site.

    If you want a user to be redirected to the subsite when he's signed in, it's, afaik, not possible out of the box.


    Fabrice DG, Technical Solutions Professional, EMEA at AvePoint
    Follow my technical blog (french).

    Wednesday, May 15, 2013 4:33 PM
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  • First, "Sign-In as different" user should not be available in SP2013 as it was removed for security reasons. Did you manage to have it back ?

    If you want to do a custom code to handle your problem, you should consider some points :

    • the cookies from the previous user should be totally cleared to prevent security issues
    • your subsite url should be use to redirect your new user once signed in, but how will you handle the home page for each of your users ?
    • will you have a fiwed home page or are your user supposed to be redirected to the page they tried to reach before signing in ?

    A lot a questions must be answerd, my opinion is that the required effort to solve your problem will be su huge compared to the benefits.

    By nature, SharePoint is a portal which means that all users access content from a home page.

    If you really need to have your users redirected to one subsite (for security reasons for instance) why not trying to do a second web application ?


    Fabrice DG, Technical Solutions Professional, EMEA at AvePoint
    Follow my technical blog (french).

    Wednesday, May 15, 2013 5:23 PM
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