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Authentication [username/password] dialog box

How can I download a little grey [header?] box that asks for username/
password?

Jul 23 '05 #1
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Here's a better description of what I'd like to implement: BASIC
authentication is built into common Web Browsers. It is the mecanism used
whenever you go to a Web site and a little gray box pops up asking for
your ID and password.

"Philip J. Gulesian Jr." wrote:
How can I download a little grey [header?] box that asks for username/
password?


Jul 23 '05 #2
Philip J. Gulesian Jr. wrote:
Here's a better description of what I'd like to implement: BASIC
authentication is built into common Web Browsers. It is the mecanism
used whenever you go to a Web site and a little gray box pops up
asking for your ID and password.

"Philip J. Gulesian Jr." wrote:
How can I download a little grey [header?] box that asks for
username/ password?


http://www.php.net/manual/en/features.http-auth.php

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Jul 23 '05 #3
Berislav Lopac wrote:
Philip J. Gulesian Jr. wrote:
Here's a better description of what I'd like to implement: BASIC
authentication is built into common Web Browsers. It is the mecanism
used whenever you go to a Web site and a little gray box pops up
asking for your ID and password.

"Philip J. Gulesian Jr." wrote:
How can I download a little grey [header?] box that asks for
username/ password?


http://www.php.net/manual/en/features.http-auth.php


Oops, sorry, I thought this is a PHP group. Forget it.

Berislav

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If the Internet is a Marx Brothers movie, and Web, e-mail, and IRC are
Groucho, Chico, and Harpo, then Usenet is Zeppo.
Jul 23 '05 #4
well if you have access to IIS on the server ur working on then
just remove anonymous access under directory security for the site/folder...
The suer will then have to be one of the local user accounts on the machine,
or a member of the domain if the server is a domain controller...
its just basic NTLM authentication.

i'mnot sure what ur asking for here, but hope this helps...

and i'm not sure why ur asking for it in the Javascript Group...
"Philip J. Gulesian Jr." <pj*@theworld.com> wrote in message
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Here's a better description of what I'd like to implement: BASIC
authentication is built into common Web Browsers. It is the mecanism used
whenever you go to a Web site and a little gray box pops up asking for
your ID and password.

"Philip J. Gulesian Jr." wrote:
How can I download a little grey [header?] box that asks for username/
password?

Jul 23 '05 #5

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