Previously Sidnei da Silva wrote:
> On 4/19/07, Wichert Akkerman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >The emergency user handling in PAS is very robust; I do not see how even
> >a completely broken user folder at a higher level can break that.
> If the higher level user folder uses cookie authentication for
> example, and the emergency user exists on the root user folder. Since
> credentials are extracted in the higher level user folder and not
> passed on to the root user folder, the root user folder never gets a
> chance to authenticate the emergency user.

Lets rephrase this: is the problem you see that the site user folder
(which will be a PAS) issues a challenge, which results in credentials
which the root user folder can not handle?


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