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  1. #1
    Andrew McLellan Guest

    Using the Session object with IIS security



    I'm an experience developer new to ASP. I am building a typical site where
    user are limited to certain areas based on a password. I think the logic
    works as follows... The user logs in and security information must be stored
    in the Session object. When the user requests a page, the ASP sends information
    to IIS to see if the user has right to access the page. Is this correct?
    If not please enlighten. Any info on sites, books etc would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.



  2. #2
    Marb Guest

    Re: Using the Session object with IIS security


    Yes you are on the right way...
    U can use a database o store your users, passwords and rights or something
    like that, and them make from an asp page a request to that database and
    then decide..
    u can go here and see for demos.
    www.aspfree.com


  3. #3
    amit Guest

    Re: Using the Session object with IIS security


    yes, request goes to IIS for security check. you can set different rights
    for each folder inside ur virtual folder. and keep varios pages at different
    security level.


    "Andrew McLellan" <mclellan_a@NOSPAMYahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >
    >I'm an experience developer new to ASP. I am building a typical site where
    >user are limited to certain areas based on a password. I think the logic
    >works as follows... The user logs in and security information must be stored
    >in the Session object. When the user requests a page, the ASP sends information
    >to IIS to see if the user has right to access the page. Is this correct?
    > If not please enlighten. Any info on sites, books etc would be appreciated.
    >
    >Thanks in advance.
    >
    >



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