Well, I have yet to get to my desktop computer and sort things out. However I'm currently at my latop and have attempted that same none/All change. Things are working nicely at this time.
If anything I'll simply copy the laptop config file n replace with desktop config file. No worries about compatability copying desktop->laptop is how I got it on the laptop in the first place.
But anyway, now that I have that step behind me I'm trying to practice password protecting a directory.
In various readings I have done I understand a person needs as follows for htaccess:
and htpasswd I understand very easily and thats not an issue.
AuthName I understand what thats about. AuthType I've always read leave it to say Basic. require user I think I understand, just set that to be whatever username you desire to be allowed. But the first AuthUserFile... I get what their saying, but I do not get how to know what is right and what is wrong.
Again I'm workin offa localhost... so when my directory, and ht(access/passwd) files are as follows:
C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache\htdocs\test1\.htaccess
C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache\htdocs\test\.htpasswd
What am I to expect for AuthUserFile?
I also from time to time make Apache available to others using dyndns. so would that at all change what I would use for AuthUserFile? Such as myUserName.dyndns.org