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How can I have a password protection dialog box, just as the one that comes up when you hit login, to go into Experts-Exchange?  One that works with Windows - asking for the Network password?

Thanks,
Mark
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by:sybe
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Remove all NT security rights for IUSR_machinename (and for "everyone") on the files.
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by:dangel
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If youare using FrontPage with NT server (not Personal Web Server) then you can use FrontPage to assign permission.  If you are using Personal Web Server, security is not a built-in feature, then you have to write your own script to do the authetication for you.  Let us know what server and what tools are you using for your site and we might be able to help.
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by:eversoslightly
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I didn't realize that FrontPage had that build in....
thanks!

You can answer and get the points, if you wish, dangle.
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Thanks for the points :)
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by:gratton
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What is the best way to create password protection for FP personal web?
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