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Old April 29th, 2007, 11:09 AM
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Default allow accessing of one page..

If I want the user to access only the home page ,and i'm using windows authentication can i do this from my application web.config file..
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When you say only the homepage, does the site have more pages?

You can use the <allow roles=""> to filter out specific users on certain domains.

Remember that deny's always override allow's.

Hope this helps,

Dominic





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