[pmwiki-users] Read protection not working
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Thu Mar 7 20:41:42 CST 2013
On Thu, Mar 7, 2013 at 2:29 PM, John Bowling <johnlb2002 at cox.net> wrote:
> I have a site where I need to block read access to eveyone I have not given
> the password to. Having username/password protection is to much. It's only
> to protect possible contact information on a calendar.
> I have default passwords in local/config.php and have added (and later
> removed) ?action=attr to the group for the pages I want protected. What I
> ended up with was the protection over the entire site.
> The read password must be entered before the list of group/pages is shown.
> I have since used ?action=attr everywhere I had it, and set all passwords to
> clear. It still wants the read password on first site entry.
> To revert back to normal access, I removed all passwords from config.php,
> ftp, re-opened the site (still needed a password?) and then placed admin and
> edit back in, ftp, and this time it it is back to normal operation.
> But still no effective page read protection.
> PmWiki version is 2.2.48
Not *exactly* sure I understand what you want, but if you want to set
permissions for an entire group, you need a page
Group.GroupAttributes, and set the attributes on that:
Set the read password to what you'd like, and it will be used across
the Calendar group. (Again, assuming that's what you want.) If you
want some pages in the Calendar group readable, I *think* you can set
attributes for those individual pages and that will override what is
set in Calendar.GroupAttributes.
If you bring up SiteAdmin.AuthList, you can see the setting for all
the pages in the wiki.
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