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From "Christopher D. Harrison" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: .htaccess problem preventing execcgi
Date Tue, 07 Oct 2003 18:39:43 GMT

I have a problem whereby I need all the options that allowoverride 
options will give me.   However, I would like to restrict access so not 
all the options are available via a .htacess file.   Here is the 
Say I have someone post a script to the server.   I have to be able to 
say that the script will not run unless it is explictly turned on in 
the apache configs.   However, I would like to give the same person 
(and others) the ability to turn on directory browsing to a given 
directory, or setup a redirect to a given url.

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