> I believe the HTTP server instance does not allow both protection of both
> user ids and validation lists in the same instance.
  In this case I am attempting to use %%CLIENT%% for the areas which
must be protected and QUSER or some fixed user for areas that do not
require authentication.  As you mentioned it's real easy to protect the
world, "Protect http:*", but there is no 'except...'.  So what I think I
need to do is a second "Protect" that uses a different protection group
which I uses a fixed profile. Doesn't seem to work though. 

> In one tact it doesn't make sense. You would like trusted users to get to
> very secure areas and less than trusted, only access to other areas.

  Since this is a Caching Proxy to the Internet, they want users who
have userid's and passwords to be able to use the entire internet, and
those without to only see selected sites of the administration's
choosing.  We would prefer not to have to use two Web Server instances
because that means the PCs need be set up with different Proxy settings.
It likely also means separate Caches which partially defeats the

 - Larry

Larry Bolhuis
Arbor Solutions, Inc.
(616) 451-2500
(616) 451-2571 -fax
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