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From "Kevin Mitchell" <ke...@mitchell.ch>
Subject [users@httpd] UNC paths for user dirs
Date Tue, 29 Nov 2005 21:45:39 GMT
I'm running Apache 2.0.52 under Windows XP.  I want to use UNC paths for
user directories so I define 


Alias /mfsdir "//mfs/admin 1" 
UserDir "/mfsdir/*/My Website" 


<Directory "/mfsdir/*/My Website"> 
... 
</Directory> 


When I try to access a user directory using http://1.2.3.4/~foo the system
complains that I don't have permission to access /~foo on this server. 
However, I can successfully access 
http://1.2.3.4/mfsdir/foo/My Website, which suggests that the userdir 
directive isn't expanding as I was expecting, rather than a genuine 
permission issue.  I've tried lots of different permutations, with no 
success.  Have I made a silly mistake in my UserDir line, or do aliases 
and userdir directives not work together in this way? 




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