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Power Pages: How to hide profile page for custom web roles?

Pre: Create a Power Pages Site with your desired template or use the Default design template. 

Section 1: Using Portal Management 

1.  Edit the Site using a design studio 

2. Click three little dots ( more items) from the left navigation  > click Portal Management 

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3. Under Security > Web Page Access Control Rules > Create a new rule called “Restrict Read on Profile Page” 

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4. Hit Save and Close 

NB: Do not associate any web roles with the newly created “Web page access control rules” 

Section 2: Creating & Assigning “SiteUsers” Web role 

1. Under security > Web Roles > Create a new web role called ” SiteUsers” 

2. Set the Authenticated users role to “No” 

3. Hit Save 

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4. Click Related > Contacts > Choose “Add Existing Contact”  > Add Megan Bowen . Add any siteusers you like. 

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5. Hit Save and Close 

Output: 

1. Example: If Megan Bowen logs in to the site, she will not see the profile page, the profile menu will be hidden from the navigation 

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Direct access to the profile page will throw the below error. 

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