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  1. Godthaab
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    Can Sitefinity in the same solution used both as a general website and Intranet. 
    It would be nice if we can create a new protected area after the "All Pages."

  2. Ivan
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    Hi Godthaab,

    You can set Sitefinity pages to deny anonymous access. To do so you need to select a page, select Properties tab and simply mark the radio button for Deny Anonymous access.

    By doing so, only authenticated users will be able to access these pages.

    I hope you'll find this information helpful. Let us know if there is anything else we can do for you.

    Kind regards,
    Ivan
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  3. Godthaab
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    Thank you for your prompt response. 


    I am aware that you can Deny Anonymous on a page. This is just not appropriate way to do it. Users will not remember it and will find it burdensome. 
    I would like to see a way in which you can make a public folder with its Content and a folder with the "Deny Anonymous" for the Intranet content. That was what I meant by a protected area after the "All Pages". The pages will also be more structured in this way.

    Sincerely, 

    Bo Godthaab




  4. Ivan
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    Hi Godthaab,

    I am sorry if I my answer was not as elaborate as it should have been. Sitefinity does not have the concept of folders (the closest thing is a group page). So, when you say that users won't remember it and find it burdensome I am assuming that you mean that users that create new pages will forget to set "Deny Anonymous".

    However, this property is inherited in Sitefinity. So, for example if you create a page (or page group), name it "Intranet" and set it "Anonymous access" property to Deny, all the pages under that page will inherit this property - in other words, anonymous users won't be able to access any page under the "Intranet" page.

    I hope that I have understood your question correctly this time and that you will find this information helpful. Let us know if there is anything else we can do for you.

    Regards,
    Ivan
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