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From o.c...@etoncollege.org.uk
Subject RE: mod_auth-any/5241: .htaccess asks for the user's password twi ce
Date Wed, 03 Nov 1999 18:12:18 GMT
Including a trailing "/" fixes it. Thanks

Ol.

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> Subject: Re: mod_auth-any/5241: .htaccess asks for the user's password
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> Synopsis: .htaccess asks for the user's password twice
> 
> State-Changed-From-To: open-closed
> State-Changed-By: marc
> State-Changed-When: Wed Nov  3 10:09:10 PST 1999
> State-Changed-Why:
> You are almost certainly accessing a directory without
> including a trailing "/", as is required.  When Apache
> corrects it, it has to send a redirect.  If that redirect
> uses a different host name than the one you did originally,
> you will have to authenticate again.  Either set your
> ServerName to the same name that is used to access the server
> or set "UseCanonicalName off".
> 

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