Subject: Re: [htdig] Indexing Restricted Pages
From: Douglas Kline (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Dec 20 2000 - 16:08:02 PST
> I'd imagine you might be able to do something along these lines:
> require valid-user
> order allow, deny
> deny from all
> allow from .your.domain.com
> or some such permutation.
> also add a "satisfy any" in the Directroy block.
Thanks for the suggestion, Dave. If we do that, if I understand this
correctly, it will allow all access from our domain. I need to apply the
restrictions for all user access, including from our own domain. Is there any
way to be more restrictive and allow just htdig access, or will the format you
suggest do that?
> > I would hope that we can accomplish the indexing of restricted pages withou
> > the use of the username-password information. Is there any way to construc
> > the .htaccess file so as to permit access without login information by the
> > htdig process or perhaps some alternate way of restricting user access whic
> > will still permit htdig access? TIA.
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