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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12355] - SSLVerifyClient directive in location make post to PHP script impossible
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2004 01:27:23 GMT
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SSLVerifyClient directive in location make post to PHP script impossible





------- Additional Comments From rob+apache@pangalactic.org  2004-02-09 01:27 -------
I was having a similar problem with per-directory SSL authentication with DAV.
(Note that the patch posted earlier does not fix the problem for DAV.)

I have worked around the problem by having a global "SSLVerifyClient optional"
directive.  The per-directory "SSLVerifyClient required" is then processed
properly.  This seems to preserve all of the behavior that I need.  Those
without a certificate can still access the site via SSL, and the entire site,
including the portions using SSL authentication, work for those with proper
certificates. This may need no more than clarification in the documentation.

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