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I have an Apache Web server and my own CMS on this server. I don't want to show my directory listing to everybody, and I want set permission to hide my files like this alert:

403 Forbidden

You don't have permission to access /admin/ on this server.

I know how I can give permission to folder with security. But I don't know which permission is for this and which user must deny this permission.

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You should do that with a .htaccess file.. make a .htaccess file with a unix based editor like Notepad++ and copy the following in it. and save tha file in any folder you want!

deny from all
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thanks it realy works – Dest Sep 22 '12 at 16:23
    
You're welcome.. So please accept the answer so people will know that it has worked..! thx – Miro Markaravanes Sep 22 '12 at 16:23

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