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    Dec 1969

    Default Forms Authentication

    Hi,<BR><BR>I&#039;ve got a web application with two forms in it. These two forms are not directly related and could be written as part of seperate projects if need be. One allows users to enter/edit data while another allows users to view the data over the web.<BR><BR>I want to make the enter/edit form require a username and password but NOT the other form: that stays accessible to everyone. I had presumed that forms authentication was the correct approach, but the documentation suggests that setting it up in the Web.config file turns it on for *all* the forms in the project.<BR><BR>So, how best do I get securty on one but not the other? Do I split them into seperate projects and use Forms, or do I use another method (Windows with SSL maybe) or can I manipulate Forms authentication to do what i&#039;m after?<BR><BR>Cheers,<BR>Matt

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    Default RE: Forms Authentication

    You need to dig a bit further, you can have forms auth apply different options to different forlders and "&#060;location&#062;"s

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