Difference between Local Run and Published Website.

I am using an ASP web application with a <ASP:Menu ....>

There are couple of <asp:MenuItem....> in the application which need to be shown based on Logged in Users.

On my local machine I did used the code  [ Text=" "] for the "MenuItem" I did not want to show.
This works and I do not see anything on local machine.

However, when I publish the application, I can see Blank "MenuItem" under <ASP:Menu ....>.

Any suggestion on how to Hide the MenuItems.
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Miguel OzSoftware EngineerCommented:
For not showing a menu item, you need to remove the menu item(s) from your menu instance (e.g. Menu1), using the remove method:
      MenuItem mnuItem = Menu1. Items[1];// or Menu1. FindItem("Reports"); // Find particular item

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ArikkanAuthor Commented:
Thank you. This works.
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