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I have created a project with 4 aspx pages. In that I divided into two sets user level permission and admin level permission but now I want to set each page permission for each employee. can anybody suggest some idea?

Refer - how to set page level permission in c#?[^]
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Usually when you're working with more than two or three people, you don't set permissions to them individually, you create a Group of people and assign the permission or revoke a permission from them. This lets you control who has the access, who doesn't and who might have any access.

Creating a group is just like having teams. You add people to that team and they get the rights of that team and work as they're asked to. This technique is used by many other companies or should I say, by all of the companies where you control the access rights at a group level and add the user to a particular group. Think of it like, Group of people who are - Admin, TeamMember, Editor, Moderator, User, Blocked etc.

Writing a code and then checking for a unique UserID to allow/disallow the client from accessing a data in your project will never be a good idea.
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