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Is SqlRoleProvider enough for my needs?

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I need my ASP.NET MVC2 program to authenticate users from a database for roles and permissions, using SQL Server.  I am trying to find the objects I need, but find this article overwhelming:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff647401.aspx

So I wonder what parts I need to pay most attention to.


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That's a good article and its not long as well. You can skip the following:

Topics on WindowsTokenRoleProvider and AuthorizationStoreRoleProvider, since you will use SqlRoleProvider.

If you use SQL Express, then you can skip Step 1. Configure Your Role Store  as well.

Using the AzMan Administrator MMC Snap-In and 'Using SQL Scripts', since you can use ASP.NET Web Site Configuration Tool instead.
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