lucy24 - 7:46 pm on Jun 28, 2013 (gmt 0)
Note that is a subfolder.
The wild-card formulation only makes sense if you have a bunch of different directories all containing a subdirectory with the same name-- obvious example, a group of directory-specific /images/ subdirectories. Is that what you're aiming at?
Hence it is probably not good for Google to have such page in index because if a click from SERPs requires a password it is most likely a bad experience for visitors coming from SERPs.
That doesn't seem to stop sites from doing it. At the access level it's done with a "Satisfy any" directive: visitor has to either know the password, or be the googlebot. It's absolutely infuriating to the human visitor, but the sites don't seem to care. "The full text of this article-- including the content you searched for-- is only available to logged-in members."