may be you can write a script (perl/php/*) which try to check/log/whatever
on the remote user sending a login/password, so if it returns ok yo can use
it to deny/allow the access to your local webserver.. it's like a kind of
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From: "Zhu George-CZZ010" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Monday, October 29, 2001 4:39 PM
Subject: [PHP] User Authentication against remote authentication server
> sorry, this might be a little bit off the topic, but I really hope you
could help anwering this question.
> It's pretty clear how to use web server to authenticate the
users/groups, for example, if we are using Apache, the userID and password
will be stored in the browser's cache, and be sent to the web server to do
the authentiation whenenver a page is requested.
> However, if the authentication server is not the web server, instead,
it is a remote independent server. How can we manage the user
authentications at the web server side?
> Thank you very much in advance!
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