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As far as I know, the only way to do shared directories is by setting up a
directory alias for EACH virtual web site that points to the same physical


>Someone PLEASE drop me a note to explain how to setup global
>directories on 4.0. It was so simple in 3.0 that I must be missing
>something. We have 40+ sites sharing the main server IP and 5-7 sites
>with their own IP's. We used to be able to publish (3.0) a directory
>with no "Virtual Server" IP address assigned and that directory would
>be available to all domains/virtual servers. Now (4.0) the options are
>assign an IP, or use all unassigned??
>How is everyone else doing shared CGI scripts and such?

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