Role Based Forms Authentication in ASP.NET 2.0
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by Satheesh Babu
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Application Structure

Our application will have two folders called Admin and Publisher as shown in the figure below (Figure 1 – Sample Application Solution). Admin folder will have all the ASPX pages that are put together to form the Admin module while the Publisher folder will have all the ASPX pages for Publisher module.

Figure 1 – Sample Application Solution


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Title: it works at once   
Name: snopbear
Date: 2008-08-26 9:32:07 AM
Comment:
When I log in with test1 or any of them, I get redirected to a HTTP Error 404 - Not Found page. Any ideas?
Title: Question   
Name: Jeff
Date: 2008-06-26 9:53:38 AM
Comment:
When you log into the site with a user, go to their homepage, then click logout, hit the BACK button enough, it will get you into the home page without credentials.

Once you hit refresh it kicks you out and you have to login again.

This happens in IE6. It seems to work in Firefox right.
Title: Something is wrong   
Name: Mike
Date: 2008-06-25 10:16:43 AM
Comment:
When I log in with test1 or any of them, I get redirected to a HTTP Error 404 - Not Found page. Any ideas?
Title: permissions and roles   
Name: tariq
Date: 2008-05-12 5:39:03 AM
Comment:
Hi,

I need to grant users with permissions depending on their roles. I have heard about Visual Guard .Net http://www.visual-guard.com/EN. before I start testing, do you have any feedback about this tool?

thank you
Title: Thnx   
Name: Dhaval Patel
Date: 2008-05-02 11:04:11 AM
Comment:
thanks buddy... it helped understanding it better.






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