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From "Corey M. Ellis" <cor...@odigo.com>
Subject Apache Access question
Date Mon, 04 Feb 2002 19:25:41 GMT
Hi,

I am not sure this can be done, so I decided to ask the mailist.  Is there a
way to use htaccess features, in a way that when the user logs in depending
on the user it will display a certain page.  For instance if you have two
users  Admin and Oper, and a user clicks a cgi that is in a access protected
directory.  Is there a way, depending on who logs in Admin or Oper for the
cgi to get this information and then display a particular page based on
this.

We want to use the Apache authentication if possible, and not write our own
login scripts.

Any advice is welcome.

Thanks in advance

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Corey M. Ellis
Network Administrator
11 Broadway, Suite 365, New York, NY 10004
coreye@odigo.com Phone: 212.809.2002 x:16
Fax: 212.809.2092 Mobile: 856.278.0550
Odigo: 279170
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