You can put each group of files into their own subfolders under your root
web application, and then create a web.config for each subfolder with the
appropriate settings in it.
You could alternately do this with a single web.config file by using the
Here's more info on that and an example:
I hope this helps,
Steve C. Orr, MCSD
"joe" <contact_by_Newsgroup_only.please> wrote in message
news:u$wvWU1QDHA.2832TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...setting> Some time ago I set up an ASP application that used a login page which
> checked a username and password against a database to determine a users
> authorization to access certain pages on the site. This was done bythe> a session variable within the application if the user was authorized and
> using code one each page for which protection was required to check for> status of the session variable.
> Now I am aware of the various techniques that ASP.NET provides to allow or
> preclude access to asp.net apps but frankly I really liked that other one
> My problem is this....I can't remember how I set it up and I don't know
> where to look. I think I found the technique in an old ASP book (vs
> Does anyone know where I can look to find this technique in the form of
> sample code or a tutorial?
> Is this a viable technique to use in ASP.Net?
> Thanks in advance