@Sachin: It's possible to configure this in an application-wide settings class, i.e. Global.asax, where you could say:
sender, EventArgs e)
var currentPage = HttpContext.Current.Request.Url.ToString();
Exception ex = Server.GetLastError();
HttpException httpEx = ex
"You are not authorized to access this page"
Which will automatically reidrect you to the page where you came from, but did not have permissions to browse.
@Anthony, can you, please specify what you mean by "code-behnid method" for Sitefinity pages, as I'm not quite sure what we're talking about here. When I suggested you the approach in my last reply I was thinking more of creating a simple user control, you can actually refer to the sample above on how to get the page which redirected you to the login page.
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