The scenario you described looks doable. I think the best approach would be to have one view and have different elements/buttons visible or hidden depending on the state of the user - whether he is authorized or not. You can data bind these elements visibility to a boolean field in the view model. When the user authenticates successfully, you need to just set the field value to true and bound elements will hide/show depending on their binding. You can take a look at the Kendo UI binding mechanisms in this
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