Getting password protected page with CHttpConnection

Hi, I have been experimenting with a program to download webpages, based on the MFC 'Tear' sample app. How do I get this program to submit a username and password for a protected page. (It uses CHttpConnection and CHttpFile to retrieve the web-page)
johandAsked:
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mbhaktaCommented:
Are you talking about the login dialog box which pop's up when you try connecting to your Nprovider ?
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johandAuthor Commented:
No, I would like to retrieve a page that requires a CGI (I think) posted username and password before you can download the page. When I do a HTTP_VERB_GET, the return value of QueryInfoStatusCode is HTTP_STATUS_DENIED, and the 'Tear' sample then mentions sending a username/password to retrieve this page.

But how do you do that ?

(Sorry of this is a bit vague, I'm still a bit new to internet programming ;) )
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jabaCommented:
Username and password implemented not by CGI script. When you opening HTTP file it look like you opening ordinar file on remote computer.  Password and username required tfor the SERVER security system ( usially it file system ). So , not worry about it :-(

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johandAuthor Commented:
This MUST be possible programmatically, because offline browsers  (such as GotIt etc) ask you to specify a username/password for a webpage (if it requires one) to download the page in the background.
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vinniewCommented:
That information is passed on a different port.  Try using port 443.  Usually web servers use 1080 for http stuff.

I suppose you'd have to listen to port 443 for activity, and then respond.  Check out the RFC for *exacting* details.
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