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How can I create a Regex for this DirectoryMatch directive?

Posted on 2004-10-15
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Hello all,

I am trying to protect all my coldfusion administrator directories that looks like this: "CFIDE/administrator" in their path.
I thought that using DirectoryMatch with regex.  What would the Regular Expression look like?

<DirectoryMatch CFIDE/administrator>
  #Other directive here...
</DirectoryMatch>

How would I so this.

Thanks,
Troy
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<DirectoryMatch "^/CFIDE/administrator/.*">
[stuff]
</DirectoryMatch>

Would probably work.

-Umbrae
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Addendum: You could probably just as easily accomplish this with a directory tag, of the format:

<Directory /absolute/path/to/CFIDE/administrator>
[stuff]

</Directory>

-Umbrae
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umbrae,

Thanks for you input.

Troy
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