I have a new customer who wants to deploy a website on our IIS server
and control access using the NCSA HTTPd feature of directory access
control. This calls for a file .htaccess to be placed in the directory
to control and a file named .htpasswd in some other directory for
(see http://hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/docs/tutorials/user.html for
My question is:
How can this be done under WinNT and IIS since you can not even create a
file name beginning with (.)? I have checked the IIS documentation but
it only talks about standard NT authentication. Does IIS do the same
thing in some other manner, did I miss something in the documentation or
must the customer reinvent this feature?
Any comments or suggestions appreciated.
George G. Stossel, President Phone:
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