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protect directory whit htaccess

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by dopey, Oct 20, 2006.

  1. dopey

    dopey Guest

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    Hi,

    I'm new to plesk and i need to password protect a few directory's on my server. But it dont work. I have search what the problem can be. And find something that i need to set Allowoverride All in httpd.conf. But i'm not sure i have to set in there because there is nothing to find for a vhost.

    I think i can set it in the vhost.conf but then i have to enable it for every website by hand. Is there a way to enable Allowoverride All server wide ?

    Also i dont know exactaly how i most set it in the vhost.conf.
     
  2. loopy

    loopy Guest

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    Hi,

    you know that this can be directly done in your PleskCP?

    >>Home >>Directories >>Add new Directory
     
  3. dopey

    dopey Guest

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    I know but i have read that is not realy good. Because there are why's to pass te login and pasword...
     
  4. dopey

    dopey Guest

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    How that works for a subdomain ?
     
  5. Schaeppa

    Schaeppa Guest

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    I have the same question: How does it work in subdomains?

    Greez
    Schaeppa
     
  6. loopy

    loopy Guest

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    At the moment I only have the idea of using .htaccess.

    Maybe someone else? :)
     
  7. Schaeppa

    Schaeppa Guest

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    I've spoken with my hoster. He told me that the missing of this function is a bug in the software. It will be solved in one of the next versions.

    Greez
    Schaeppa
     
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