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#1: Form intermittently asking for userid and password

Posted on 2007-07-31 09:07:44 by Patrick Armstrong

I publish using FP 2003 onto an apache server with FP extensions enabled. I
have a simple form that intermittently asks for a userid & password when the
user hits the submit button instead of directing them to the confirmation
file. This does not happen on other sites I manage.

Is there something I can do to stop the server from asking when submit is
hit?

What are the server settings for authoring in 2003 for an apache server
running extensions?

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#2: Re: Form intermittently asking for userid and password

Posted on 2007-07-31 10:24:52 by Stefan B Rusynko

Post a URL to the form page

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"Patrick Armstrong" <yourname@yoursiteNOSPAM.com> wrote in message news:df690b4d43a44559b0fed8394037bea9@ureader.com...
|I publish using FP 2003 onto an apache server with FP extensions enabled. I
| have a simple form that intermittently asks for a userid & password when the
| user hits the submit button instead of directing them to the confirmation
| file. This does not happen on other sites I manage.
|
| Is there something I can do to stop the server from asking when submit is
| hit?
|
| What are the server settings for authoring in 2003 for an apache server
| running extensions?

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