I want to assign users to a role when they register on my site
automatically so that I can specify what they do and dont
see on the menu that uses the web.sitemap file. Can I do this so that
I don't have to do it manually with the ASP.NET configuration tool ?
If not, what is another way I can do this while using a sitemapdatasource
with the web.sitemap file.
(Anonymous users and registered users must see different menus)
proper way http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms178428.aspx
one other way - on page loads check if the user is logged in eg forms authentication and display correct sitemap
setup multiple sitemaps:
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