[thelist] ASP.NET: Forms-Based Authentication (thank you Gary)

David Travis dwork at macam.ac.il
Tue Oct 12 10:50:38 CDT 2004

Hi Casey,

Basically what you need to do is to put all protected resources in the same
sub directory and protect this sub directory. This way the site's root is
not blocked.


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Subject: [thelist] ASP.NET: Forms-Based Authentication (thank you Gary)

Thanks, Gary, for pointing me to this article.  It has helped tons.


Next question.  The site I am working on does not need authentication on all
pages, only three of the seven.  When I implement this form of
authentication, it protects the entire site.  The default.aspx page, and 6
others, needs to be public.  How can I indicate which pages need to be




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