February 17th, 2004, 02:30 PM
Windows 2000, IIS (whatever came with win 2000)
Right now we have clients logging in to our staging server by following a link like this:
There are permissions set on that clientname1 directory so they are prompted to authenticate.
Would there be a way to have all clients use the same url and then IIS decide where they should go based on their login (which always corresponds to the folder name)?
clientname1, pass whatever
then redirected (or just served content from) to http://stage.domain.com/clientname1/
February 17th, 2004, 10:36 PM
Originally Posted by reid
How do they login? Via ftp? If so, you can use the isolate users option. Within the ftp folder, create a folder for the domain, and within that, a folder for each user name. I'm still working on putting a folder from within that that will point to the folder wwwroot/clientname/
Do not reinvent the wheel, unless your new wheel works that much better.
February 18th, 2004, 09:14 AM
No. It's all through a browser. Http.
Originally Posted by nickwinters
February 18th, 2004, 11:20 AM
You might be able to use asp for what you want.
There is a servervariable for auth_user or something similar, and I think this will get set when your users authenticate.
You could inspect this after a login and then redirect to the appropriate folder.
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