Fortunately, the ASP.NET Membership controls have this implemented out of the box. The CreateUserWizard control...
allows you to collect a password recovery question and answer from new users and the PasswordRecovery control allows you to display the question, verify the answer and email out the response.
Both of these controls rely on a membership provider. This means you can either use the providers available from ASP.NET 2.0, such as the SQL Server provider, or you can easily implement your own if you want to store your user information in an Oracle database or other data store that is not supported out of the box. For more information about the ASP.NET 2.0 membership provider, check out this article.More information:
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