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I have TRAC instance running and I need to protect few specific pages from some authenticated users, while giving access to those pages to certain other users.

* UPDATE * : Authenticated users have wiki_view privileges, but I need to prevent certain users from accessing certain wiki pages, without blocking them from access any wiki pages.

Is this something that can be done?

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closed as off topic by Michael Hampton, John Gardeniers, Brent Pabst, MadHatter, mdpc Dec 13 '12 at 17:17

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I apologize for not being clear enough as answers are not going right directions (my fault). – alexus Dec 14 '12 at 16:56

Trac has it's own built-in authentication. Why not use that?

Permission privileges are managed using the trac-admin tool or (new in version 0.11) the General / Permissions panel in the Admin tab of the web interface.

TracPermissions - The Trac Project

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Would you not be able to use one of the apache authorisation configuration options and/or modules to add an authentication layer based on the url?

With the right /location settings you should be able to get this done.

<Location /secure>
  AuthType basic
  AuthName "private area"
  AuthBasicProvider dbm
  AuthDBMType SDBM
  AuthDBMUserFile /www/etc/dbmpasswd
  Require valid-user

See also:

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