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password protect WWW directory
  Posted by  Don Mac  on Wednesday, November 23, 2005 at 10:29:19 PM (EST)
I was wondering if it is possable to protect individual WWW directories using .htaccess and .htpass files or something similar?

  Posted by Russell Waddington  on Saturday, November 26, 2005 at 1:07:44 AM (EST)
The best you can do is use the Windows system security.

If you are using Windows XP Pro, it is turned off by default. Open up Tools drop down, select 'Folder Options', Click on the 'View' tab. I think you have to go to the bottom. There is a checked marked option about security; uncheck it.

If you are using Windows XP home, you have to reboot you machine, start up in Safe mode.

After doing either of these options, you should see a new tab, in the 'Fold Options..', called Secruity.

There you have total control on how to set security access to files and folders.
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