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Old 27th June 2008, 03:29
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Question Basic question on web directory and file views.

I have a few domains which need the directory listings to be viewable to all the public instead of getting the refused warning.

Also I require that a few of some other directories be password protected.

How do i go about accomplishing this?

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Old 27th June 2008, 23:38
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I have a few domains which need the directory listings to be viewable to all the public instead of getting the refused warning.
Put something like this in the Apache Directives field:
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<Directory /var/www/web1/web/somedir> 
  Options +Indexes
</Directory>
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Also I require that a few of some other directories be password protected.

How do i go about accomplishing this?
Go to Web-FTP in ISPConfig. There you have the possibility to password-protect directories (see chapter 4.3.1: http://ispconfig.org/downloads/manua...en_src.htm#4_4 ).
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Old 28th June 2008, 01:04
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For the Apache directives where is the direct location of the configuration file?

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For the Apache directives where is the direct location of the configuration file?
In ISPConfig (in the web site settings) there's a field called Apache Directives where you can place these directives.
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