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Hi Guys,

I am not sure, I have selected the correct group for this posting. But I havn't find any other group that have security question/answers.

My question is, I am using Login Control in ASP.Net 2.0. I used Microsoft Web Administration Tool to setup users and roles. But I am having problem when setting up rules. How can set page level access for users. I am only getting the folders name in Web Admin tool. My application is a simple database application and I want to set some rules to access different pages. Could you please let me guide, how can I set these rule from Web Admin tool or I have to write my own code.

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I don't know a particular way to apply roles on page-basis. It may seem to be a limit of ASP.NET 2.0 but this is a good rule in my opinion. By the time your site grows larger and larger, you may find it is more manageable to divide the site to folders, each has its own applied permission. The only pages that I usually put in the root folder are 'Default' and 'Login' pages.


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