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I've been trying to setup the username and password for a production/staging/sandbox website to only allow the client access.

I have the .NET website hosted on IIS with a web hosting company. It is hosted on a sub-domain i.e., and I've enabled "Secured Folders" as per this blog. However, it is unclear on how to set the username and password for "Secured Folders"?

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I am not sure if your hosting environment is IIS 7, but if that's true then you can implement URL Authorization to allow access to the authorized users only.

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