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Digest Authentication; Using .htaccess files - From Apache: The Definitive Guide (4/7)

Apache: The Definitive Guide, Chapter 5: Authentication

Anonymous

Anonymous userid1 userid2 ...

The user can log in as any user ID on the list, but must provide something in the password field unless that is switched off by another directive.

Anonymous_NoUserID

Anonymous_NoUserID [on|off]
Default: off
directory, .htaccess

If on, users can leave the ID field blank but must put something in the password field.

Anonymous_LogEmail

Anonymous_LogEmail [on|off]
Default: on
directory, .htaccess

If on, accesses are logged to ... /logs/httpd_log or to the log set by TransferLog.

Anonymous_VerifyEmail

Anonymous_VerifyEmail [on|off]
Default: off
directory, .htaccess

The user ID must contain at least one "@" and one ".".

Anonymous_Authoritative

If this directive is on and the client fails anonymous authorization, she fails all authorization. If it is off, other authorization schemes will get a crack at her.

Anonymous_MustGiveEmail

Anonymous_MustGiveEmail [on|off]
Default: on
directory, .htaccess

The user must give an email ID as a password.


Created: March 10, 2003
Revised: March 10, 2003

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