How can I Restrict Access to an specific folder, for example I have a folder that Authenticated users upload different files in it. the problem is that every user can access the files via URL in the browser.I don't use asp.net login controls for authenticating and role memberships, I have written login page and roles my self via code behind.
I need to restric access to my admin folder to certain people. Those with no authentication ticket should be redirectered to a "not allowed page". How do I identify all pages in my admin folder. I have so far but is it OK?
If url.Contains("/admin") Then 'If authentication ticket incorrect then `Response.Redirect("~/notallowed_admin.aspx")` End If
And not, I cannot use my web.config for this particular issue.
the only way to make themes work is to allow user "Everyone" to access the folder App_Themes. I am wondering if a more specific user instead of "Everyone" can be granted the access to allow themems work.Account "IIS_IUSRS" and "NETWORK SERVICE" have already been granted access.This is about folder access of Windows 7 running IIS7, not web page authorization configured via web.config. The web page is browsed via local host (i.e. the web page address is something like "[URL]
I wrote an asp.net application that I'm trying to run on a godaddy domain I bought. I need to read a file in a folder that I did not give read access to so that your average user cannot see in the informaion in that folder. I assumed that the asp.net program would have the same credentials as myself because server-side code. Turns out I am wrong. When I go to use the asp.net application it throws an access denied error saying that the ASP.NET user account has to be given permissions to access the folder.
After talking to two different tech support people at godaddy I've come to the realization that they are either dumb or lazy (or a combo of the two).I came across some code that you can put into the web.config file that would allow the asp.net application to impersonate a user, which would work great to use myself as the impersonated user. However it seems that godaddy cannot give me the name of the server that my domain is on (that's understandable) so I don't know what to put in the identity tag to get this to work.
Here is the code I found:
(of course I filled in the username and password with the correct info)
When I went to use it again it threw this error:
System.Web.HttpException: The current identity (PHX3username) does not have write access to 'C:WindowsMicrosoft.NETFrameworkv2.0.50727Temporary ASP.NET Files'.
I would like to ask some help from you guys on how do i do this problem. I'm using asp.net and my problem is on getting the list of filename inside the folder. Is there a function on this? I tried this on console apps there's a function like GetFileName. Hope somebody could help me on this.
I am implementing membership provider. For example, anonymous users are not allowed to acces pages under the folder, namely XXX.
When user clicks to navigate any of those pages I would like to display a popup window. I know I can implement button clikc events. But there are many buttons and links. What is the most effective way to do that?
I have a class file stored in the app code folder. A certain page that I want to access is inside its own folder within the root and it is using the namespace within the class file in the app code folder. How do I tell the application where the file is? I'm sure I could put the code in a file inside my folder, but I'd rather not have duplicate code in two different files... unless there is a way to make a reference of some type.
I have requirement to copy or move file from webserver app folder to local file system folder (user selected). How is it possible in ASP.Net.
On my page i have textbox and browse button and user clicks browse button to select folder and there is Copy/Move button and when clicked the files under webserver folder should be move to the user selected folder. The webserver folder path is available to application.
How to save a text into a specific folder of computer(in document) by default, when the user clicks yes(for,Do you want to save the file?) to save a file into his computer? If the folder doesnot exist create and save the textfile?
I am working on asp.net 3.5 in C#. In my application I have to Create folder and upload file in that folder, which works fine on my machine. I want help for create folder and upload file in that folder on other machine which is connected in LAN. code for create folder and Upload file on my machine
I am creating a website (asp.net) that lets users upload some files to the server (only registered users can upload). All the files uploaded by a particular user are stored in one folder on the server. Now, the website will also have a search capability. anybody browsing the website can see what all files are uploaded by a user "x" and choose to download them. Lets say user "X" uploaded 100 files.On the server side, i have code that will fetch all the 100 files and stream the files one by one in loop to the user. I have:Response.AddHeader("content-disposition", "attachment; filename=" + file.Name)that would prompt user for the location to save the file on their disk. For 100 files, user would be prompted 100 times.I would like to prompt the user only once for save/open/close dialog, cache (or somehow get that location) the location to which the user is storing the files to save the rest of the files to that location with prompting user again and again.
I am planning to make a membership-oriented website where users are allowed to upload files to their accounts, which have a limited amount of space.I can surely see a code-oriented solution (with a database holding the size of each file), but I was wondering whether it's possible to restrict folder sizes with Windows or ASP.Net (web.config?). I don't really think it's possible through the web.config, but I'd still like to ask the community.Does anyone know what's the best way to implement the above?
I am using the membership provider and am reasonably comfortable that all of my web pages are safe.Some of the pages contain hyperlinks to documents (pdf, xls, etc.) stored in a folder under the root of the web site. I have disabled the ability of users to anonymously list folder contents, but I don't see a way to keep anonymous users from accessing the documents if they know the specific URL for that document. Example; if the document contains a spreadsheet of current sales, I don't want an ex-employee (who captured the URL while working here) to be able to bring up the current document.asswording the documents isn't a good choice because there are hundreds and we'd like to avoid changing them all every time someone leaves, or weekly, or whenever...Is there a way to restrict access to all contents of a web folder to people who have been authenticated?
Setting the .Net trust level to Medium on a site will ensure that no code can access files outside the application directory.
I have an ASP.Net site that must run in Full Trust. I have configured my website in IIS to use its own Application Pool Identity [URL].
Currently it is possible for scripts/code in this app to read files outside of the application directory. This occurs because by default, accounts that are a member of the BUILTINusers group are able to read most files on the system, including c: and c:windows. It appears that Applicaion Pool Identity accounts are also members of BUILTINusers.
Is it possible to prevent file access outside the website folder while keeping Full Trust?