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Protecting sub-domains!

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by addstravel, Oct 7, 2004.

  1. addstravel

    addstravel Guest

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    Hi,
    Wondering how I can protect some of my sub-domains by asking for a windows username and password?

    For example, I have admin.<domainname>.com and I wish only users that I grant access to see this web page.

    When I go into File Manager and navigate to the 'admin' sub-domain and attempt to change permissions I see 'You are not allowed to change permissions for the file.'. However, I am logged in as the adminstrator!

    Any ideas?
     
  2. MarkDAE

    MarkDAE Guest

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    http://www.troxo.com/

    i stumbled over this one .. it's nice.... i didn't have time to test it with plesk but i don't see how it can mess up .... (test it before implementing it on a production box)
     
  3. HipHopServers

    HipHopServers Guest

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    Protecting Folders in Windows

    I will investigate this add-on and see how well it works, but it looks to only be available to that admin and not the enduser I would how that once it is installed that the program will allow the endusers to setup the files.
     
  4. HipHopServers

    HipHopServers Guest

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

    http://www.troxo.com/products/iispassword/

    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.

    So give thanks to those guys for posting that link it really works...!
     
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