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Old 25th January 2006, 12:04 AM
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Smile Logging-out of Apache protected areas (reset $REMOTE_USER?)

Hello, I am using Apache's mod_auth and .htpasswd to create a 'members' area for my website. How do I get Apache to log-out of this area without making the user close their window? Do I need to reset the REMOTE_USER env variable? If so, how? I've tried an SHTML page with

Code:
<!--#set var="REMOTE_USER" val="" -->
with no success.

Also, is it possible to force apache to use a secure connection. eg www.mywebsite.com/protected/, is it possible to get apache to go into https:// mode even if the user didn't use https?

Thanks all
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