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    ASP Multiple User Password

    I am a new learner to ASP, but I hope you can help

    I have created a web site and successfully completed a tutorial on setting passwords and security.

    When I go to the User Authentication in the server behaviours and select the Log In User, a dialogue box appears in which I set parameters.

    One of these parameters is: If Log in Succeeds, Go To:

    My problem is that I would like different users (based on their username and password) to go to different pages or even directorys and not just to a sole directory or page.

    For example.

    If username = john and password = red go to page1.html
    If username = bill and password = blue go to page2.html

    Is there a way of around this

    Thanks

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    Dreamweaver ASP Password Security

    Thanks for the reply.

    Unfortunately I am a complete novice and can only follow a tutorial at this moment in time, so I am unabe to write scripts.

    I have successfully connected from dreamweaver to an access database which resides on a server, using a table with my usernames and passwords.

    This may be a Dreamweaver drawback in server behaviours but when I go to the User Authentication in the server behaviours and select the Log In User, a dialogue box appears in which I set parameters.

    One of these parameters is: If Log in Succeeds, Go To:
    which only allows me to direct people to a single page or directory.

    My problem is that I would like different users (based on their username and password) to go to different pages or even directorys and not just to a sole directory or page.

    For example.

    Client One
    If username = john and password = red go to page1.html

    Client Two
    If username = bill and password = blue go to page2.html

    Thanks

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