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I have an aspx page that the users will login into and be authenicated against a users table in sql database. I want to stop users from loading other pages from the website without first logging in to the site. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I already have the cookie set but I don't know where to go from there.
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You can do this in two way

1. Using IIS Integrated Authentication if you have Active Directory setup for all users.
2. if you want to Authenticate using your db, use a session variable to hold the logged in status, by default session is not assinged with any value, in you login page after you autenticate the login set the session variable. in all your other pages check the session status. if session status is not set then redirect to login page

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Dosth
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