Not available in Community Edition.

You can setup roll-based authorization by specifying the role a user is granted during login with New-UDAuthenticationResult.

$FormLogin = New-UDAuthenticationMethod -Endpoint {

    if ($Credentials.UserName -eq "Adam" -and $Credentials.GetNetworkCredential().Password -eq "SuperSecretPassword") {
        New-UDAuthenticationResult -Success -UserName "Adam" -Role "Administrator"

    New-UDAuthenticationResult -ErrorMessage "You aren't Adam!!!"

You can then permit access to pages and REST API endpoints by assigning roles to them.

New-UDPage -Title 'Settings Page' -AuthorizedRole "Administrator" -Content {
    "Only available to admins"

You can also specify multiple roles per page or endpoint.

New-UDPage -Title 'Home Page' -AuthorizedRole @("Administrator", "User") -Content {
    "Available to everyone"

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