* Gaylen Fraley ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [Jan 05. 2002 00:27]:
> Just for curiosity, can HTTP Authentication be disabled in any other way, if
> PHP is installed as a module? In other words, is there any other reason why
> the authentication might not work (under *nix), not IIS?
If this is Apache, HTTP Auth probably wouldn't be there if the server
doesn't use mod_auth, but on a default Apache install, it's going to be
there.. I couldn't imagine someone removing it purposely.
If you have shell access to the server you can do this to see if it's
/path/to/httpd -l | grep mod_auth
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