Kelly Wright (email@example.com)
BuzNet Communications (www.buz.net)
> From: Sam Akhtar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: IIS3, FrontPage, and Emerald
> Date: Monday, February 17, 1997 1:42 PM
> > FrontPage seems to want me to maintain an NT User account for each user
> > that will be publishing via FrontPage, and seems to grant access on a
> > virtual server basis.
> Yes; we've run into the same.
> > Well, if I have "http://users.domain.com" as a virtual server, and all
> > users homepages are under that virtual server, how can I have FrontPage
> > authenticate and protect the security of each users' home page, based
> > the EMERALD account data (so I don't have to replicate Emerald's data
> > the NT User Manager)?
> Insofar as we've found, this is a limitation with FrontPage. You can
> go down one level for subwebs and you have to have a record in your NT
> for that user... unless we're missing something horribly.
> So for example, to have users off of your home domain (domain.com/user/)
> you have to have a record for user (matching it to his RADIUS id\pwd
> simplifies things) and have to have it set up as follows:
> Where wwwroot is the real root of your virtual server (er, did that make
> any sense? :) )
> Here's hoping something more reasonable works out with Membership
> Sam Akhtar Operations & Engineering
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