We have .htaccess on our site http://subdomain.site.com/:
AuthType Kerberos AuthName "Internet ID" require valid-user order deny,allow deny from all allow from all
On a sub directory of the site, http://subdomain.site.com/subdirectory/ we have an .htaccess:
AuthType none Satisfy any
The reason is that on this subdirectory/ we have a different authentication mechanism and do not want to use kerberos as authentication. The problem though is that in chrome the .htaccess authentication still pops up but firefox, opera, IE do not prompt for this authentication before loading the page.
I am having trouble understanding how a server side configuration could be presented to the end user differently depending on the browser? Is there something in my subdirectry .htaccess that I am missing ?