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    I am sure this is a behaviour settings challenge, not sure the best way? 

    Trying to achieve:

    1st time  - new user/member registers on the portal, gets their 'you are authorised' email and they log in for the first time.  This one time, how can I take them to specific page(s) (ideally without using a link in the 'you are authorised mailer'). This will be an introduction to using the services set up?

    2nd time - the new users logs on they go to the portal as normal.

    Any suggestions most welcome?

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      You can modify the "new user" message and change the link to the one that you want them to visit. If this requires a login, then after logging in they will be redirected to that page. Subsequently, if they visit the normal URL for the site, that won't happen.

      Depending on your use case, there are other things you might want to do.
      Joe Craig
      DNN MVP
      Patapsco Research Group

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      Veteran Member

        if you are using registration type "verified", the user gets added to the "unverified users" role immediately and becomes a regular user, when clicking the link in the email for the subsequent visits of your site.
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