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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Serving according to NTFS permissions
Date Wed, 16 Apr 2003 18:33:20 GMT
At 04:45 AM 4/16/2003, wrote:
>Hi all,
>No environment defined, for the sake of simplicity I'd tend to try with a
>Win32 server for this one, especially if NTLM is involved :
>Let's say there are documents on the server, and NTFS permissions are set to
>allow only specific users to each document. Does any of you know of any way
>to have Apache enforce the permissions when serving content ?
>2. I was wondering if the NTLM authentication might be more appropriate, but
>I still can't figure how security would be enforced at a document level,
>except through some server side cgi that would fulfill requests and do the

IIUC, mod_auth_sspi now lets you do user impersonation on Win32.

The module compiled for 2.0.42-.43 should load on any later version of 2.0,
but it appears Tim is busy with other things.  I encourage you to try it though.


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