Have you ever heard of anyone's experiences with "spooky login" as it's used
> The easiest way on IIS is to create Windows-based user account. You can
> have a subweb with restricted access to only those accounts that you
> specify. Of course, the problem with this is they usually require NT
> licenses. There are products out there that can do this for you though
> without having to pay for costly NT licenses. Check out authentix by
> software (www.flicks.com) Authentix will let you secure things and save
> information in a database, which is nice because you can totally control
> that way.
> Hope this helps,
> Mark Fitzpatrick
> Microsoft MVP - FrontPage
> > Hello Mark,
> > thank you!
> > > The user-registration form is Apache on UNIX only and will not work
> > > IIS. That could be part of the problem. The main reason is it's often
> > > as security when in fact it provides zero security at all and the way
> > > security works it can't psuedo-secure part of a site using a
> > > bot.
> > But what can I do to protect a side in my web without MS-FP
> > there a template or anything else, that the user must give his user-ID
> > password before he can get access to the webside?
> > greetings
> > Tatiana
> > Windows XP prof, FP2002, IIS 5.1