Security :: Login To Different Pages With Different Roles?

May 18, 2010

I have created 3 different folders (admin, user, viewer) in my site and each has a different template (masterPage). I created user and roles which are admins, users, and viewers. I assigned each role to a user in .Net administration Tool.

What I need to do is to allow each user to access his page only and deny access to others , except for the admin who can access all pages.

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