=?iso-8859-1?Q?Max_M=F8ller_Rasmussen?= writes:
 > I have installed zope on port 8080 on a win 2K machine.
 > It runs nicely, but due to firewalls and other reasons it has to run on port
 > 80. So I have added zope.pcgi etc. to the IIS. And it runs nicely.
 > But when I try to use a manage page I cannot log in without being a member
 > of the win2K domain, and that is not feasible in this case. I have tried all
 > setting, I think.
 > Is there any way to do it?
 > Should I make my own authentication page so users can log on through a form?
 > If so how is this done?
You either access Zope for management purposes on 8080
or you learn how to convince IIS to forward authentication
information. Maybe "doc/WEBSERVER.txt" says something about this


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