It can protect directories by referrer and by IP address.
If access by referrer is denied, then you have a checkbox option to
"failover" to authenticating by username/password.
It can authenicate against a built-in database, or via an external ODBC
database, independent of NT Users.
It also has complete remote administration via ASP pages.
Hope this helps
At 12:32 PM 7/30/98 +1000, you wrote:
>I need to restrict access to a sub directory of a IIS site.
>I would like to restrict this access based on the referer (HTTP_REFERER) so
>lurkers, must come through a sign on form to gain access etc..
>Does anyone know how this can be done.
>Perl or similar would be nice, we are not using ASP.