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BOOK: Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 BOOK VB ISBN: 978-0-7645-8850-1; C# ISBN: 978-0-470-04258-8
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i have a problem about page level authorization.i tried to give access permission of pagex to user1, and i dont want user2 to see pagex menu item (user2 should not at least access pagex). allowed user can successfully access pagex.but when user2 logins, he still can see the menu item of pagex (i already made changes in sitemap file) and when he clicks he faces an error page stating that login.aspx(a page that i previously created but then deleted)does not exist...so it is trying to display login.aspx that does not actually exist.how can i solve this situation?

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Hi there,

Can you let me know which language you are using and which chapter you are looking at that has this problem?

Sounds like your friend needs to refresh his browser cache with the new version of your page where the menu doesn't include login.aspx.

You might also like to read thsi thread - http://forums.asp.net/thread/1162341.aspx

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chapter 11- i am using c#.
how can i refresh my browser cache?
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thanks
i included related codes about security trimming to the web.config file. now the menu works all rigth..

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