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Access Denied. You do not have access to view this tab within the portal.

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I am trying to restrict viewing of part of the existing DotNetNuke portal to a specific user. When I create an account for this user as a Registered User I receive the following error:

       You do not have access to view this tab within the portal.

I have the HTML Module on this page as well as the Account Login module. The Account Module permission is set to view Unauthorized Users and the HTML Module is set to view Registered Users.

Any insight?
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Question by:Break40
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by:GuitarRich
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what are the tab permissions set at? Make sure that all users can access the tab.
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Could you please tell me how to do that?
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Mark Wills earned 500 total points
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I think when you are creating the user you have to give that user Edit permission for that page. That would be the first step.

If you are then trying to control items with that page, then you can control access by creating roles and assiging users to those roles.

There is some good doco and training videos if you haven't seen them on th DNN site : http://www.dotnetnuke.com/Support/Documentation/BooksandTrainingVideos/tabid/810/Default.aspx

Hope that helps...
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