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Logging in - still confused

Thread began 6/02/2011 10:01 pm by jen425288 | Last modified 6/06/2011 10:06 am by jen425288 | 817 views | 3 replies

jen425288

Logging in - still confused

Our system requires that only the admin has access to the Profile page, for updating user records and adjusting user levels. So it is set for "Admin" access only. But just to get the log-in working, I entered the Profile page for "If log in succeeds, go to:". And when I log in (as administrator), I get directed to the Profile page (ie, it works).

But if anyone else logs in, I don't want them going to that page. I just want them being sent to the page they were trying to access that triggered the Log In page.

How do I achieve this? In the Authenticate user server behaviour I have left checked (default setting) the "Go to previous URL (if it exists)" and "Pass original query string on redirect" checkboxes although I don't know what they mean (!).

At the moment, if anyone except Admin logs in, they get "Object not found... Error 404".

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