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    Debian, Apache 2.2, Ldap/ADS Authentication

    Does anyone have a how to guide or suggestions on how to get a specific directory within the www root folder to have access only to people with a domain account?


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    I think you'd need to put a .htaccess file in the directory.
    try here: mod_auth_ldap - Apache HTTP Server

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    I use NTLM with Apache on Ubuntu and it was a nightmare to get setup!

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