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User Name & Password

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : CGI Script Related Problems
Dec-12-17 08:45 PM EST
Original Message
User Name & Password
Author Tim Baker on 04-25-2000 at 00:34 (EST)
We are running a NT Server, IIS4

I put the cgi-bin/ushop_cgiscript.pl script in the web site we are using the shopping cart on, however, when I try and check the script out... i get:

Please type your user name and password.

If I put in my administrator username & password... it shows me the copyright page...

any help would be greatly appreciated.

ALSO... if i understand correcty... on NT servers you do not CHMOD 755... how do you do the equivalent?

thanks

Tim
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  RE: User Name & Password Bill Weiner, 2000-04-25 05:02:50 (1)

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        Author Bill Weiner on 04-25-2000 at 05:02 (EST)
You are correct, you can't do a CHMOD 755 on NT servers. To change permissions on an NT server you either have to get your web hosting provider to changed the permissions for you - or if you are using your own NT server, then you can use NT Explorer to change the permissions.

I'm not totally familiar with configuring NT servers, but check out Item #6 under the following troubleshooting link:

http://www.uburst.com/uShop/reference/troubleshooting.html#CGI6

It describes a problem someone was having when trying to set permissions with IIS 4. They ended up just having to use NT Explorer.

In regard to your password problem, however, it may not be a permissions problem on the script itself. Go ahead and try opening permission on the script first, but if that doesn't allow the regular website visitor to get that copyright page, then it may just have to do with your how your server is setup to allow access. That is, you may have some .htaccess file on your server that needs to be configured to allow regular visitors to access the script.
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