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I have a Tomcat 6 server running just fine. I have external access working. I wanted to know how to prevent someone from seeing specific webapps, for example, I dont want external access to the ROOT tomcat page. How would I go about preventing some webapps while leaving other webapps visible to external users ?

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check this answer:

http://serverfault.com/questions/28337/how-to-block-access-to-a-file-from-being-served-by-tomcat

and also this link:

http://www.ka-2.ru/index.php?book=74&pg=051

(don't worry about the .ru it's in english)

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