Nothing really earth shattering here - the previous version of FBA Configuration Manager for SharePoint 2010 (http://blogs.technet.com/b/speschka/archive/2010/07/28/sharepoint-2010-forms-based-authentication-configuration-manager.aspx) won't deploy directly to SharePoint 2013 so the attachment to this post includes a new version compiled the latest version of SharePoint. It also includes the late breaking fix for random errors about the Xml node belonging to a different parent. The process for configuring FBA in SharePoint 2013 is the same as it was in 2010, so this tool still has a purpose in life.
Great tool, but when I am using it on my environment alongside Windows Authentication (via Claims) then I am getting odd behaviour.
The display name shown in the welcome control changes from "Martin Hatch" to the fully qualified claims id (XXX)
My permissions have also been removed (I am a Site Collection administrator but I am relegated down to read-only access).
I also try to login using an FBA account (which I have granted full control through a Web Application User Policy) but that account is just getting "This site is not shared with you".
I am using Host Named Site Collections in a single Web Application, could this be causing any problems?
Ok ... scrub that last comment ...
I removed FBA from the Web App .. then rebooted .. then re-added it again and it is all working great