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I want specific website users to have access to the "Secret" pages of the website.

I have created a new role in the Extranet domain i.e. Extranet/SecretPageRole.

Now, how do I assign roles for "secret" page item in Sitecore so that only users with Role Extranet/SecretPageRole should have access to it?

Currently, I have set the below Access permissions. Access

Please let me know what I am doing wrong.

Note: Currently the item does not have any descendants, but can have descendants in the future.

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Deny access right always has the highest priority. You cannot revoke it with Allow access right later.

Set Allow access right for Item Read and Descendants Read for your role:

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And for extranet\everyone break the inheritance on the item:

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With that set, extranet\everyone will not have Read access, cause there won't be any rule which allows it. You can use Access Viewer app to check that:

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  • Trying this out. – Shaurya Jul 17 at 9:01
  • I have tried this and this works fine with the customRole. Sitecore automatically shifts the Extranet/Everyone Role to the top when added. The challenge now is extranet\Everyone doesn't seem to cover extranet\Anonymous user. The page is still accessible by extranet/Anonymous user without any role (still Debugging this) – Shaurya Jul 20 at 4:46
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By putting the X in Everyone you are effectively adding an explicit deny to literally everyone, including SecretPageRole. Not done it but if you can just remove the green tick from Everyone it will become an implicit deny and not affect inheriting roles.

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  • I will try it out. Will create a new page with the configuration you mentioned and check if something happens to it. – Shaurya Jul 17 at 6:02

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