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Posted on 2000-03-20
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Hi,
Iamb currently looking for a CGI script for NT, that will enable me to effectivly use password protection on my webpage.
also I am looking for such a thing as a terminal executable search engine for windows NT SP6
thanks a bunch..
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ok man,
I'm new to EE and all, but it seems this is alot of points offered for a simple question..
are you sure?
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anyways heres the anwsers..
1.for the cgi script I'dd use this..  

<HEAD>

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">

<!-- Begin
function LogIn(){
loggedin=false;
username="";
password="";
username=prompt("Username:","");
username=username.toLowerCase();
password=prompt("Password:","");
password=password.toLowerCase();
if (username=="guest" && password=="login") {
loggedin=true;
window.location="home-page.html";
}
if (username=="guest2" && password=="login2") {
loggedin=true;
window.location="home-page2.html";
}
if (loggedin==false) {
alert("Invalid login!");
}
}
// End -->
</SCRIPT>

<BODY>

<center>
<form><input type=button value="Login!" onClick="LogIn()"></form>
</center>

I'm quite sure that somthing of that nature would work for you..

2. for your terminal Search Engine, try this neat application from www.vestris.com/
it is called alkaline and it works on many different platforms including Linux aswell as NT, and another good thing regarding it is that it is free for individuals..

best regards,

Nick  

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great man,
thats all I wanted..
you did it soo fast too!! thanks again,
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