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I am running Apache 2 on my Win 2003 server and want to be able to upload a beta site and give users a login to test drive it

Can someone advise all the steps I would need to do (ie all the changes in the apache config file) to stop anyone without a pwd getting into this site and it's subfolders

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neil
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