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Directory protection

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by jd2004, Oct 26, 2004.

  1. jd2004

    jd2004 Guest


    How can I with Plesk 7 protect a directory with username and password??

    Thanks for any hints!

  2. TheFOX

    TheFOX Guest

    I the admin there is an icon called directories...


    You just lock in as administrator or a domain user and click on the icon Directories (in the Hosting sektion).

    Here you write the name of the directorie to be password proceted... and just after that you add a new user in the protected directorie...

    That's it ;-)

    PS! It is the same way you protect the webstat folder, so that other people cann't see the webstats. Just create a protected directorie called webstat
  3. HipHopServers

    HipHopServers Guest

    subdomain folder protection

    This is saying how to password protect folders under subdomains, and if there is a way manually populate that file.
  4. HipHopServers

    HipHopServers Guest

    the free quick fix I have tested for this issue on IIS base servers is installing the program found on this site.


    This program will allow you to us either the IIS option to set password ans users up for a directory or use the lynux style .htaccess / .htpasswd format. IF you use the lynux style protection the plug-in will populate the properties with the user password info.