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What is the best way to limit access to certain content in Drupal.  I am using 6.5.  I want to have certain access to the site for everyone and a restricted access portion for regestered members.

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I ended up using, "Node Privacy By Role" module.  I guess I will keep my Drupal questions to their forums.
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