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Subject Topic: APE ver3 with W2008 IIS7 - ssl logins
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cRp
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Joined: 11 June 2010
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Posted: 11 June 2010 at 8:46pm

I installed the APE and the module shows up in the IIS management.

SSL is required to access the web site and I want to require a user login when users go to https;//web.site.xyz/dir_one/dir_one_etc

Using the APE module , I created the .htaccess file with a few user names and passwords (in clear text) in the directory dir_one_etc
and I made sure the group IIS_USRS had read access.
I restarted the IIS

People can still go to https;//web.site.xyz/dir_one/dir_one_etc and retrieve the index.html file without getting prompted.
What am I missing?



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Vyacheslav
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Posted: 12 June 2010 at 5:03am

Hello,
Could you please provide me with httpd.conf and .htaccess files. If you don’t feel comfortable to share them here, you may use our E-Mail: [email protected], or Helpdesk: https://support.helicontech.com
Thanks.

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cRp
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Joined: 11 June 2010
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Posted: 13 June 2010 at 1:42am

after a bit more digging , I found out how to most of what I want to do.
The .htaccess file now reads:
#crp 6/13/2010
# Authentication type
AuthType Basic
AuthName "the SING area"
AuthBasicProvider file
AuthUserFile h:\www\htdocs\Info\SING\.htpasswds

# Access will be granted to all authenticated users
Require valid-user
#crp 6/13/2010 end

userName:pass1
NameUser:pass2
justUs:pass3
____________________________________
This is very close to what I want to do, though I would prefer to be
able to use the .htaccess file itself instead of the .htpasswds file.




Edited by cRp - 13 June 2010 at 3:22pm
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Vyacheslav
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Posted: 14 June 2010 at 3:44am

Hello,
If you need login-based authentication, you should use .htpasswds file. Currently there is no other way.
You may find the following resources interesting: http://helicontech.blogspot.com/search/label/mod_auth

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