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Hello everybody,
I'm working on a website using asp.net/iis
and this site will be published only on my company's intranet.

Now I want that only a subset of the intranet users can have access to
the site in read mode
(that is to view data only)
and I want also that another subset of company users can access in
write mode
(that is view and modify data).

How can I do that??
Some ideas?

P.S.
About the website, I have the main page where users can query data and
in the same page a link
to another page where users can insert/update data.

Thanks in advance.

ByeBye.

May 31 '07 #1
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On May 31, 9:41 am, ciccone1...@gmail.com wrote:
Hello everybody,
I'm working on a website using asp.net/iis
and this site will be published only on my company's intranet.

Now I want that only a subset of the intranet users can have access to
the site in read mode
(that is to view data only)
and I want also that another subset of company users can access in
write mode
(that is view and modify data).

How can I do that??
Some ideas?

P.S.
About the website, I have the main page where users can query data and
in the same page a link
to another page where users can insert/update data.

Thanks in advance.

ByeBye.
Use Windows Authentication
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q...cation+asp.net

Assing users who can write to a specific Active Directory group

Check in the code

if (User.IsInRole("domain\group")) {
EditButton.visible = true;
}

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