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Old May 24th, 2004, 05:10 PM
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Default permission issue

Hello all,

I am having problem with this and need help.

I get this error message:
You did not have sufficient permission to view the previous page. Please login below

I checked the database and have permission number in the field but
it will take me to login page.

      If Not (TypeOf Context.User Is SitePrincipal) _
        OrElse Not CType(Context.User, SitePrincipal).HasPermission( _
          CInt(MailingListsPermissions.AdministerData)) Then

 Response.Redirect( loginpage.aspx)

Thank you for your help.

Old May 24th, 2004, 07:05 PM
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Write out the Context.User.Name property, and verify that it does have permissions to the page.


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