I thought the same. Perhaps the use of NT User causes this?
Since the browser has the credentials to authenticate to NT and the higher folders are
not aware of the
NT User Folder...
Seems the only solutions are to use the NT User Folder at the root level.
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> > From: Dieter Maurer[SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> > Sent: Friday, June 30, 2000 4:40:26 PM
> > To: Capesius, Alan
> > Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Subject: Re: [Zope] Authentication, Anonymous and Public
> > Auto forwarded by a Rule
> Capesius, Alan writes:
> > I'm running into a problem after implementing jcNTUserFolder in a
> > subfolder of my site. Users can access the root level or particular
> > subfolders anonymously. Once a user accesses the protected
> > NTUserFolder, the credentials are saved in the browser. If the user
> > then returns to the anonymous area, they can no longer access th
> > folder due to the browser credentials.
> > Does Zope have a mechanism equivalent to the Novell NDS Public access?
> > that is to say:
> > Anonymous = not authenticated.
> > Everyone = authenticated users (that are members of the group)
> > Public = authenticated and anonymous users.
> In Zope, each user has a set of roles.
> Any user has the "Anonymous" role. Log-in users may have
> additional roles.
> Thus, what you see, should not happen.
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