I'm trying this on 3.1.8 but not having any luck:

<security-constraint role-name='viewer>

The above does not work. This works:
<security-constraint url-pattern='/*' role-name='viewer'/>

I've also tried variations with:
<security-constraint role-name='viewer>
<include-regexp>any regexp that excludes some things..</include-pattern>

or exclude-regexp. None work. Is there a way to accomplish applying a security 
contrains to everything BUT a certain page or directory? They all either don't 
authenticate at all for authenticate for everything (for me at least)



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