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From "Joshua Slive" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Satisfy any?!
Date Tue, 06 Feb 2007 19:06:40 GMT
On 2/6/07, Liz Kim <> wrote:
> Just to clearing things:
> There cant be two separate passwords for the following two URLs?
> http://someurl/A
> http://someurl/A/B

You keep changing your question ;-)

Yes, there can be two separate passwords: one that you get if you
request http://.../A and one for http://.../A/B.  Earlier you asked "I
would like to the client to able to view B by entering in two
passwords".  The answer to that remains no.  Each URL can only be
protected by a single password.  http://.../A and http://.../A/B are
different URLs.

So if the client goes first to /A and then to /A/B, they will get two
different login prompts if you protect with different auth directives.
 But if they go directly to /A/B they will only get a single login


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