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Creating Access Pages Manager Rules

Thread began 2/25/2010 7:35 pm by DavidIIM | Last modified 5/17/2010 6:22 pm by Dani Chankhour | 1002 views | 3 replies |


Creating Access Pages Manager Rules

I have gone through the SecurityAssist tutorials, and set up my user pages. I am trying to apply the "logged in to visitors" rule to those pages through the Access Pages Manager, but they are not there in the Rules Manager.

Can anyone tell me how to construct the logged in to visitors rule or where to find that info?

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Dani Chankhour

I'm not entirly sure why this rule did not get generated, since Security Assist should have created this rule if you ran the Security Assist Wizard. But if you want to create the rule, click the rules manager button, click the + button and you will need to add two conditions. the first one is restrict if the $_SESSION["VisitorEmail"] is equal to empty and another one that allow if VisitorID does not equal empty.

Let me know if you still have any questions.

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There is no "not equal" criteria

This is exactly the problem I'm having -- and your answer is close but in my wizard there is no "not equal" criteria.

Plus, when you say = to empty do you mean to just type the word "empty" into the compare to spot?

What would happen if I just delete all the files and WA_SecurityAssist folder and re-run the wizard?


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Dani Chankhour

Under the Criteria drop down list this symbol '<>' = not equal.

And yes if you leave the compare to field empty this will check again empty values.

You can try deleting the Security Assist folder and running the wizard again.

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