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Old April 25th, 2005, 01:30 AM
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I want to know how to use the http headers fields AUTH_PASSWORD and AUTH_USER. how can i can do a http autentication from asp? imean ot get the login and the password using this fields from http headers.
 
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You can get the headers from

Request.servervariables("AUTH_USER")

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Ok I see that i can get the headers form Request.servervariables("servervariables") but the auth_user and auth_password are empty and the page does not request this fields when it loads.







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