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From "Tatham Oddie \(Fuel Advance\)" <>
Subject [users@httpd] Windows ACL Wishes
Date Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:12:03 GMT
Hi all,

I'm trying to setup an Apache 2.0 server that just acts as a simple,
read-only, access-anywhere interface to some of our internal folders.

We are running Apache 2.0.54 on a Windows Server 2003 machine, which is also
a domain controller.

I have the virtual root working well.
I have the directory listings working well.
I have SSPI authentication against our Windows 2003 domain working well.

However, Apache always accesses the folder from the account that is running
under rendering Windows ACLs useless.

Is there any way that either:

- the server can impersonate the authenticated user (like IIS can)


- the server can check the Windows ACLs

Any help on this is greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.


Tatham Oddie
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