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Protecting different pages for different users

Thread began 8/27/2009 12:04 am by rkopp01341427 | Last modified 8/27/2009 11:16 am by rkopp01341427 | 1166 views | 1 replies


Protecting different pages for different users

Hi there,

I bought the User Registration Solution Pack to perform the follwing simple task:

1. Protect pages from public access
2. Assigning access rights according to users for a specific page
3. After login in the user gets redirected to a specific page according to his access rights

The users should be predefined by the admin. The users should not register themselves in the system.

I have read "Restricting access to your pages using the User Registration Solution Pack", but this document is only talking about restricting a page for all users. How do I have to modify the code to restrict a page for specific users?



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