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Default not redirecting to AccessDenied.aspx

I think I'm missing something...
I can't seem to override .net's default setting to redirect users to the login.aspx page.

I want users who have been denied access to be redirected to a accessdenied.aspx page, but they get the login.aspx page.

To set up the example, I've got the files: under an "admin" folder:
/admin/default.aspx
/admin/web.config .

In the /admin/web.config:

Code:
<authorization>
    <allow roles="Admin" />
    <deny users="*"  />
</authorization>
In the root web.config... :

Code:
<authentication mode="Forms">
        <forms defaultUrl="~/AccessDenied.aspx"  cookieless="AutoDetect" />
</authentication>
Why doesn't it redirect users to AccessDenied.aspx?

After looking at TBH examples, I don't see any difference in the way I have it set up. How do I redirect "?" users to: login.aspx and "*" users to: accessdenied.aspx?


Any help would be great!







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