Thank you for using our services.
Sitefinity uses the membership services included in the .NET Framework to create, modify, and validate user credentials and to manage user settings such as passwords and e-mail addresses. This also includes role membership, which allows you to set different permissions for particular user groups in your web-site. If you do not want to manage all of this with code, you can easily achieve it though the the users section in the admin. You can give permissions to user groups to enter the cms part or not. You can also deny anonymous users from viewing certain parts of your web-site, and those parts will be also visible to registered users.
To gather more information on Sitefinity's security, please take at the Securiry
section of our Developer Manual
. For instance you could use Login control and and subscribe for the following event on Page_Load
this.Login1.LoggedIn += new EventHandler(Login1_LoggedIn); Then after the user is authenticated you can redirect it to his/hers personal section.
I hope that you will find this information helful. Please feel free to contact us if you have more questions.
the Telerik team