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Posted on 2007-11-30
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Is it possible to create multiple masterpages in a web application? From your last comment, it sound like it can be done. What I am trying to accomplish here is, I want to create an intranet, two seperate Masterpage, one will be used by users, and second will be used by admin. The season is that I want to hide part of links ( I will use Sitemap) from users. Or what do you think I should do instead?  

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by:needo_jee
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then you can do that ..
Create masterpage for users and make parent of login page.
so every user for login comes to this page and see the public links only
Default.aspx //this page uses master page mspUsers
on click of login button check if user is Admin then

Redirec to
Admin.aspx // this page uses master page mspAdmin


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by:VBdotnet2005
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There won't be a login page. I am planing to use their windows login instead. I am using one of my XP pro to host this intranet app.
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Do you think I should check to see if, let says, Joe is an admin, redirect him to admin.aspx, and if not joe then redirect to user.aspx?
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by:needo_jee
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Instead you check every user for username .. you may have users mapped to Roles .. if is in Admin Role then redirect to Admin.aspx..
yes that make sense..
if it you feel any difficulity in doing that then can look on alternate options too.

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Here is example how to use that ..
 If User.IsInRole("Administrators") Then
            ' Do something only admins are allowed to-do
' you may redirect to relavent page
        End If
This works great from within ASP.NET pages.  Non-page derived classes dont have a built-in User object.  However, you can always access an ASP.NET Requests User identity context using code like this:
        Dim User As System.Security.Principal.IPrincipal
        User = System.Web.HttpContext.Current.User
        If User.IsInRole("Administrators") Then
            ' Do something only admins are allowed to-do
        End If

HERE IS EXAMPLE FOR THAT

http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/pages/Recipe_3A00_-Implementing-Role_2D00_Based-Security-with-ASP.NET-2.0-using-Windows-Authentication-and-SQL-Server.aspx
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by:VBdotnet2005
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Greate sample. Is above link use File System or HTTP(required virtual directory)?
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Is there any issue you are getting with File System based or Virtual Dir based?
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I followed to step # 3, as you suggested above link,  when I logged in as a user at work, he still get the windows logon popped up. I have SQL Express installed and running fine.
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First thing .. for development you may use builtin server that comes with VS2005 but to access from network (other computers) you must deploy under IIS (Virtual directory) because light weight server (based on cassani) is just for development and dont have all facilities required for website hosting..
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IIS is installed on my XP pro. That would still be a problem?
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