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Default handling server side buttons visibility property d

Hello evry body!!
can u pls help me out with this issue...
I designed a page havin 2 text boxes (user name,password)
and 2 server side buttons (asp:button) submit n reset password..
am codin in asp.net..
so now what i want is once the user gives his user name n password...
on password textbox blur event...the given credentials must be checked and based on the result the reset button must be visible or invisible... that is is the user is an authorised person only then he can reset the password else he can only submit the passwrod...
pls help me out in this issue!!
thank u






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