How would I make a static class in ASP.NET webforms that redirects the User to a specific page if member is not active? (c#)

I can't figure out how to turn the following code into a static class for use in all my pages.

var valDRecord = oe.account_profiles.Where(y => y.membership_number == User.Identity.Name).First();
if (valDRecord.active == false)
        {
            Response.Redirect("profileUpdate.aspx");
        }

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This is the code in my class:
Can't figure out how to get the user.Identity.Name to work.
public class notActive
{
   public static void redirect()
    {
        AMEMEntities2 h = new AMEMEntities2();

        var valDRecord = h.account_profiles.Where(y => y.membership_number == User.Identity.Name).First();
        if (valDRecord.active == false)
        {
           HttpContext.Current.Response.Redirect("profileUpdate.aspx");
        }

    }

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bmanmike39Asked:
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Bob LearnedCommented:
"Can't figure out how to get the user.Identity.Name to work."
Is the value coming back as blank?  What authentication are you working with?  If you are using Forms Authentication, you would need a different approach.
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Snarf0001Commented:
You just need to reference the HttpContext.Current instance like you're doing with the Response redirect:

HttpContext.Current.User.Identity.Name
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bmanmike39Author Commented:
Thanks!

Just what I was looking for.
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