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Show Sitemap Node only if Admin Logon

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I have a sitemap node that should display as a menu item only if Admin logs on.
All restricted aspx files are in the Admin folder.

The files in the Admin folder should be available only if Admin logs on.

Can you direct me to appropriate documentation?

Thanks,



   <siteMapNode title="Admin" name ="mnuAdmin" description="Administration" id="Admin" roles ="Admin">

      <siteMapNode title="High Performers" description="High Performers"
                    url="~/Admin/FindPriceExceptions.aspx" />

      <siteMapNode title="Score Stocks" description="Financial Evaluation"
                     />

      <siteMapNode title="Watch List (Registered Users)" description="Manage Watch List"
                  />
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If your Admin folder is secured using asp.net authorization, you can set securityTrimmingEnbaled="true" for your sitemapprovider in your web.config.

Refs:
http://geekswithblogs.net/azamsharp/archive/2006/05/02/77018.aspx
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dannychen/archive/2006/03/16/553005.aspx
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Just what I was looking for.

Thanks,
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