Marc Schnapp wrote:
Google Mini can do http basic auth, right? If so, you're fine, just put in the basic auth details and define a user in acl_users. Provided the mini presents the credentials without first being challenged by a 401, you'll be fine...


Marc responds:
1) The Google Mini does not accept cookies.

Did I ask if it accepted cookie? No, I asked if it accepts http basic auth. Care to answer my question? ;-)

2) Plone barfs if you try tricks like adding a query string to URLs.

Plohn barfs a lot, probably best not use it ;-)

I don't have to worry about headers being spoofed. The host lives in our dedicated data center behind a VPN concentrator requiring RSA authentication. No one gets to the box unless we already have cleared them through two-phase authentication.

Yah, sure... I'd still worry about headers being spoofed *grinz*

cheers,

Chris

PS: If you want to pay me to solve this, contact me off list...

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