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Disable Admin password requirement on Domain user PC

So here is my situation: My company runs a "Windows 2003 Server Standard Edition" domain server, connected to a bunch of Dell Optiplex PC's (380's, and 9020's). The older Dells (380) are connected to ...
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Nginx Password Protect Entire Port Number 8081

I'm trying to password protect an entire port on my website--https://domain.com:8081 and http://domain.com:8081 I have tried editing /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/domain.com.vhost by adding the following ...
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Password protect vhost virtual document root

I have the following setup for automatically generating subdomains/virtual document roots configured in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf (running on Debian 7.0) <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAlias * ...
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Can't receive password-protected archives in Exchange 2007

First off, the relevant environmental information: I'm running Exchange 2007 behind a Barracuda Spam & Virus Firewall 300. Recently, I've started using a service that sends me a monthly report. ...
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use IP depended rule in .htaccess to password protect a web folder

i use following code in .htaccess file to usr/psw protect a web folder. However i want to protect this folder only if its accessed outside of 192.168.178.* How can i do this? AuthUserFile ...
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NGINX “password” protect directories

I have an nginx server. I'd like to have directories available online but only if a certain password is supplied. Would it be bad to do something like: location /password=mysuperstrongpassword { ...
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Teamcity LDAP encryption

I wondering if it is possible to use teamcity with LDAP encrypted master password? The idea is to be able to use LDAP with Teamcity without ability to get access to LDAP master passwords ...
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Does nginx have a directive analogous to Apache's <Directory>?

I'm trying to set up an nginx server to replace our current setup based on Apache. Our users have password protected directories (with directives in .htaccess files) which we need to keep protected in ...
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is it okay to use random URLs instead of passwords? [closed]

Is it considered "safe" to use URL constructed from random characters like this? http://example.com/EU3uc654/Photos I'd like to put some files/picture galleries on a webserver that are only to be ...
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Debian Simple Gui for adding/removing users for protective directories

We have a hosted site with a directory that is password protected. I need to have a user who knows very little about computers, maintain the users that have access to this directory. The list is ...
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How can I password protect an IIS directory with only FTP access?

How can I password protect an IIS directory when I only have FTP access to the server? I can't adjust any IIS settings or add users or anything like that. The answer to: IIS Basic Authorization ala ...
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Apache password protected directories. How to find out if .htaccess is reading the right .htpasswd file?

I'm trying to set up a protected directory on my Linux server that is running Apache. I'm following the instructions that my host has given me. Setting it up using Plesk control panel, doesn't ...
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Does nginx auth_basic work over HTTPS?

I've been trying to setup a password protected directory in a SSL website as follows: /etc/nginx/sites-available/default server { listen 443: ssl on; ssl_certificate ...
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Apache authentication inside a WordPress install

I am currently running into an issue with trying to password protect a directory that is sitting inside a directory that's running WordPress. This is for a directory called "admin" that handles a few ...
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How to change the password for root@127.0.0.1 and root@example.com

I was looking at the users in my mysql.user table and noticed that there are 3 roots. root@localhost root@127.0.0.1 root@example.com When I first discovered this none of the roots were password ...
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Setup Apache Password Protection

I have some difficulties setting up password protection in Apache In .htaccess, I have AuthUserFile /var/www/vhosts/domain.net/httpdocs/.htpasswd AuthGroupFile /dev/null AuthName "Test Server" ...
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Enforcing a single-use policy with .PDF files

My organization has some Confidential (as in statutory requirements confidential) documents that go out to certain people and committee groups prior to their release into public domain. These ...
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Password Protect Virtual Directory With .htaccess

I have a site with a virtual directory structure like mysite.com/folder/title which is actually a .htaccess rewrite to mysite.com/f/index.php?p=title. I want to password protect the folder folder with ...
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Server has phpmyadmin setup, but does not require a password to access

Our company has recently taken over a website job. The site is riddled with security holes that I'm painstakingly patching. One of the issues is that the previous developer set up phpMyAdmin but did ...
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How to exclude a sub-folder from HTaccess RewriteRule

I have WordPress installed in my root directory, for which a RewriteRule is in place. I need to password-protect a subfolder ("blue"), so I set the htaccess in that folder as such. Problem is that ...
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Setting up a password protected download page on an OS X server

I need to setup a password protected download webpage on my OS X server, can anyone link me to some good resources that might help me do this?
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Linux: How to automate creation of password-protected backup archives

If one doesn't want to dig into sophisticated backup solutions, it is always possible to write a shell script that gathers data and compresses it. Because of privacy issues one might want to encrypt ...