DirigoDev - 10:34 pm on Nov 23, 2012 (gmt 0)
The page in question is a portal only used by authorized libraries (e.g. under subscription). We have another page used by consumers. Having the library page indexed in Google with a funky title is not what we want because it may lead consumers to the library site. The site looks and operates similar to the consumer portal. It could create confusion.
So I'm going to drop the robots disallow all and just put a meta noindex/nofollow on all pages in front of authentication. This will fix the issue.
I guess I had forgotten that Google puts pages in the index if they're found on other websites. And this link is found on a huge number of library sites. I still think this is a bit funky because my robots.txt shows intent that I don't want the page/site indexed.