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Config system.web authorization
An example of this <system.web> section is:
<authorization> <allow users="username" roles="role1,role2" verbs="GET,POST" /> <deny users="user1,user2" verbs="POST" /> </authorization>
Both users and roles allow the use of a wildcard character:
- ?: matches unauthenticated users/roles.
- *: matches all users/roles.
By default, all users are authorized (machine.config), so as long as there is no deny match for an user, the request will proceed. Rules set in higher level virtual directories take precedence over the ones in the current directory.
It should be either a wildcard or a comma-separated list of user names.
It should be either a wildcard or a comma-separated list of role names.
Comma-separated list of HTTP verbs (GET, POST, HEAD).