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add a default ASP MVC 5 (Microsoft.AspNet.Identity) User Management Package

As per my stackoverflow question http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19997949/asp-mvc-5-microsoft-aspnet-identity-user-management-package

I think its a bit silly that we add a brand new way of working with users and roles, but aren't given just a basic default user management controller with the ability to add a role to a user or view the current users.

We used to have this in the membership system and not having it now has the feeling that someone has moved my cheese. Plus, having the ability to view this default controller and views gives the opportunity for us to see the new auth system in action, and provides some examples for simple tasks. It would make the new auth system appear slightly less confusing.

Surely it makes sense to have some basic operations covered by default rather than expecting every single asp.net mvc5 website to go and code the same page over and over?

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