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Membership Management

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  1. J
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    05 Feb 2008
    19 Sep 2008
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    Looking for ideas on the best way to accomplish the following-

    I am looking to setup a customer portal in which several companies and employees that belong to that ccompany can login. I'd like to setup a single account (basically the master account) for a person at a company and give that person the ability to create accounts for other employees at that company. Any thoughts and recommendations on the best way to accomplish this?

    Thanks.

  2. Ivan
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    20 Sep 2008
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    Hello J,

    Sitefinity is using standard ASP.NET membership, which means that everything that applies to membership in ASP.NET also applies in Sitefinity. You can find more information about ASP.NET membership here:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms998347.aspx

    Depending on the specific requirements you may decided to give master permissions to the CMS itself or you can build several pages in Sitefinity that would be member aware (only logged in users could access them and/or only users in specific roles). If you take second approach, these protected pages would have controls that would take advantage of Sitefinity API and master users could add new users and permissions.

    In any case, you can achieve the desired functionality with Sitefinity. Once you start development, feel free to ask us more detailed questions and we'll assist you with those as well.

    Kind regards,
    Ivan
    the Telerik team

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