I have a really frustrating dilema I am facing here. I have two almost completely identical websites, I know they are almost completely identical because all I did was copy the files and the database from one site into the domain of the other and update any references to the domain. Even the domains are almost exactly the same, just one is a .com and the other is a .org. Each site sits on its own server, and a minor modification was made to one server's .htaccess to allow for password protection (since this is a development site).
Well, as I said, the .htaccess files are identical with the exception of the updated domain name and the password protection, but for some reason, only some of the rewrite rules and conditions seem to be working. The others don't seem to be taking any effect.
What could cause only some rewrite rules to work, especially since they are proven to work on the other server? I've already checked the apache configuration files and there are no rewrite rules there, but apache is properly configured to use rewrite rules.