Hello Yogesh Ramakrishnan,
Thank you for contacting us and your interest in our WinForms controls.
I am not exactly sure that I understand completely your question about the Favorites
of your application, but my suggestion is to use either a menu or a Ribbon. If you choose a Ribbon, try to design your application to be as slick as possible. There should be only one canvas (e.g. the editing area of Word 2007) and everything should be accessible from the Ribbon. When designing the Ribbon interface think about the tasks that your end-users will perform and unite tasks in major groups (tabs).
What is a screen in your application? Is it a form or say a user control? Hiding and showing things is possible, but will make your application difficult to use, after all you do not want to confuse your users. My suggestion is to use a container control such as RadDock, Splitter, or TabStrip. End-users are pretty familiar with them and they provide the container functionality you need.
Unfortunately, bringing ASP.NET authentication and authorization to WinForms is not possible being tightly connected to web, and you need custom logging solution to log the frequency of a resource/screen usage again being written especially for internet.
I hope that this helps.
the Telerik team