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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 9076] - 'satisfy any' fails when no .htaccess file exists
Date Sat, 17 Aug 2002 17:23:21 GMT
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'satisfy any' fails when no .htaccess file exists





------- Additional Comments From psychosos@gmx.at  2002-08-17 17:23 -------
Same behaviour with 1.3.26 on Windows 2000 Professional. (even with simpler test-case, i.e.

normal directory, only "Satisfy")
I wonder whether this should be split into two bugs:
- one 
documentation bug to make it clearer that access restrition by client host address AND 
username/password ist _required_ if you want to use "Satisfy". (It only states "is only 
useful")
- one bug, because Apache should log something like this in its error log.

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