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In my web application, using form authentication. First loading login page(Login.aspx) after successful login redirect to Default.aspx form. In default page list all menus, clicking on menu the page load inside default page(Using Telerik control).
Now i am facing a issue, While user typing a direct url (Suppose one of the page name is page1.aspx) eg: Myapplication/page1.aspx the page is loading i want to restrict this.

Please suggest a solution for this.
Updated 20-Feb-20 0:11am

You can do all this in web.config with the location tag:

<location path="Page1.aspx" allowoverride="false">
       <deny users="?" roles="TEMP" />
       <allow roles="ADMIN, USERS" />

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Shanalal Kasim 8-Nov-12 9:23am
the user accessing direct url(Myapplication/page1.aspx) after successful login so authorization is not work
jim lahey 8-Nov-12 9:25am
that's how it's supposed to work isn't it? If a user logs in he or she has access to stuff that anonymous users don't..
Shanalal Kasim 8-Nov-12 10:01am
user can access that page through Default page not directly
jim lahey 8-Nov-12 10:04am
What do you mean?
Shanalal Kasim 8-Nov-12 10:14am
In default page list all menus, clicking on menu the page load inside default page(Using Telerik control). suppose user clicking on page1.aspx menu then that page will loading inside default.aspx (The browser url is Myapplication/Default.aspx this url is not changing, user clicking next menu then that page will load inside default page).
my issue is while user type any direct url(Except Myapplication/Default.aspx or Myapplication/Login.aspx) then that url will be redirect to Myapplication/Default.aspx
jim lahey 8-Nov-12 10:16am
What kind of Telerik control?
Shanalal Kasim 9-Nov-12 0:05am
Please refer this demo url
search and study "sassion variables" and site master (optional)

when logging in, use as session variable for storing login info,

every page or your master page must check for the that variable in session, if it is okay, it lets the user to load page, otherwise it redirects it to login page

in login page:

Session.add("myvarableName", "Value")

in master page, or in every page load
if (Session["myvariableName"]!=Null & Session["myvariable"]!= "value") Response.Redirect("Login.aspx",true);

vb .net

if Session("myvariableName") isnot nothing and Session("myvariable") = "value"
end if
[AttributeUsage(AttributeTargets.Class | AttributeTargets.Method)]
public class NoDirectAccessAttribute : ActionFilterAttribute
    public override void OnActionExecuting(ActionExecutingContext filterContext)
        if (filterContext.HttpContext.Request.UrlReferrer == null ||
 filterContext.HttpContext.Request.Url.Host != filterContext.HttpContext.Request.UrlReferrer.Host)
     filterContext.Result = new RedirectToRouteResult(new
                               RouteValueDictionary(new { controller = "Home", action = "Logout", area = "Main" }));

Then add the attribute to the controller.
Richard Deeming 20-Feb-20 9:05am
That might be a sensible answer, if the OP was using MVC.

The multiple references to .aspx in the question would suggest that they were using WebForms, where this answer wouldn't work.

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