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Hi

I have a question here.
I have done up a website on ASP.NET 2.0(VB) for my company.
One of the problems I suddenly thought of was the roles and users are all stored in a file called, "ASPNETDB.MDF".
The ways that I can access it is through the "ASP.NET Configuration" in my VSD(express Edition 2005) to set the roles.
However, at the moment, I cannot find how to set the roles through any of the Login controls.
Most probably when this program is done & shifted to the server, they will not install VSD, which doesn't allow the SQL database to be accessed.

How can I come about this problem? Please advice, thank you!





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