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htaccess help



Mar 12, 2001, 12:32 PM

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htaccess help Can't Post

I just moved my companies web site to a new host. The new host has the cgi-gin withing the root directory of the web site. I have the site password protected with an htaccess file they create for me from a web managment interface. We also have a second website that uses some of the cgi-scripts on this server. This second server is an NT server, and we do not get a cgi-bin :(. When I try to cuttenty use the pages on the 2nd server, such as a mail list creator, the user is being asked for a user ID and password. I there any what to modify the htaccess file to not include certian directories?? I have already check with the hosting service, and they cannot move the cgi-bin out of the main directory? Any help advice would be greatly appreciated. Also the 2nd site is hosted on a corporate server, which I have no say on :(



Mar 17, 2001, 3:40 PM

Post #2 of 2 (6340 views)
Re: htaccess help [In reply to] Can't Post

Put this in an .htaccess file in the directories you want to exclude

<files "*.*">
Allow from all


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