You can set it the <authentication> node of the web.config file.<BR><BR>For instance, if you're using forms authentication:<BR><BR><authentication mode="Forms"><BR><forms loginUrl="thePageYouWantToRedirectTo.aspx" /><BR></authentication>
>on each page you need to check the relevant Session variable and if not present then redirect to the login<BR><BR>No, not in .Net you don't. It's handled by the application.<BR><BR>Rich...It should work. Show the authentication section of the web.config file. <BR><BR>Ahh! Wait...One second...I only showed you how to set a login page...Not how to keep people off of the other pages.<BR><BR>If you want to do that, you also need an authorization tag in web.config, like so:<BR><BR><authorization><BR> <deny users="?" /><BR></authorization><BR><BR>If you still have problems, show us both your authentication and authorization tags.