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    here is my problem:

    I have written a .htaccess file
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    AuthUserFile "wwwroot/clients/zepy/.htpasswd"
    AuthName "#"
    AuthType Basic

    <Limit GET POST>
    require valid-user
    </Limit>
    ====
    and I went to apache/bin and created a .htpasswd file. Now when I try to to access the file in the error logs it states it cannot match the password. The odd thing is if I do the apache/bin/htpasswd thing and leave the password as nothing so long as I do the same at the http page it works??

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    Are your PWs entrypted?
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    my passwords are incrypted by default and I cannot figure out how to turn that off. I know on the linux side, when you use htpasswd there is a -extension that allows you to enter passwords without encryption and I tried that in windows and it didnt work. I would still like the password encrypted I think that my win/apache is having trouble unencrypting the encryption
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    Just tried something - plain username assword combos work (no encryption)

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