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How to Password Protect a Web Directory

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I want to Password Protect an entire web directory and all subdirectories without having to use include files on every single file.
Can I do this in one location?

Thanks,

-Brett
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by:mgrass
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What's the OS?
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by:xscousr
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and what is the webserver? IIS? Apache?
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by:brettz
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Sorry, I forgot that critical info.

OS: Windows 2000 Server
Webserver: IIS
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by:mgrass
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Right-click the folder where your site resides in inetpub and select security.  Remove any internet guest account or everyone account (that is the anonymous access) that is present.  That will prompt a visitor for NT credentials; once provided they're in.  
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by:brettz
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Well, I forgot something else.

I want to do this by having users validate through an API script and not Windows NT Authentication.
Is this possible?

-Brett
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by:mgrass
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I'm sure it is.  
I don't have a clue how though.  :)
If you will give as much detail as you can, I'm sure some expert will be able to set you right up.

Mike
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by:tonyhowarth
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There's a product called Authentix from Flicks software.

It's really good, very easy to install and configure and will do exactly what you require.  It basically installs itself as an asapi filter.  Then you can auto logon someone from you own API (samples provided) or have Authentix challenge the user.

Have used it for years and I would highly recommend it.

Tony
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by:brettz
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Thanks Tony that looks great, but I don't have the money to buy it.  Only a free trial is available.
Does anyone know of any Freeware that will do this OR has anyone ever done this in their own code?
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by:tonyhowarth
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Write it yourself....it's only a ISAPI filter and if you want a basic one that cannot cope with millions of users (like Authentix) then it should be that tricky?

Tony
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by:brettz
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I would like to write it myself.  The reason I came here is because I don't know how. Can someone directy me to a site where I can learn how to write an ISAPI filter that uses an API logon or view someone's code who has done this to get ideas?

Thanks,

-Brett
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by:mgrass
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Lots of ISAPI resources here:  http://www.dataweb.de/en/support/isapi.html
It's just a matter of googling it all up.
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