Please note that your password is case sensitive,
check to make sure your Caps Lock key is not set! We advise
using the AccountManager as changing your password directly
on the server affects only your FTP and shell access. This way,
both your FrontPage and other passwords remain will be the same,
and easier to remember.
The following steps will create a directory that will bring
up a dialog box pop up that asks for username and password when
accessed with your browser.
For help with the below commands, please refer to our UNIX
FAQ 1) Create a directory and put the files that you want
protected into the directory.
2) Use a telnet program and connect to your domain using your
login and password.
3) From the command prompt, change to the directory you want
to protect using the cd command, then type:
This will create the needed files to protect your directory.
4) After you protect the directory, type:
webprotect add user
where user is the name of a user you want to
give access to that part of your site. The program will ask
you for a password.
This process will create two files in your directory: .htaccess
and .htpasswd. These files contain the information
necessary to protect that directory. If you delete one or both
of them, you will disable or remove the protection effects from