Single page protection - Post ID 266537


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I am having issues getting just a single page with access restrictions. When I do everything as designed (have tried lots of times) I keep getting this server error. This is a GODADDY site.

Any help is appreciated. If I remove it, everything works fine with no access restrictions (I am building the site with VSD. Any help is appreciated, and I am sorry as I know it has been asked before, but all the posts show it should work.

Matt

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Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator and inform them of the time the error occurred, and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.


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Apache Server at www.tvsmarties.com Port 80


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Have you tried asking Godaddy about this error?
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Is your site hosted on Windows or Linux? I tried this and it didn't work on Windows, but worked perfectly (almost! - Back browsing for assistance now...) on Linux!


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i have godaddy and had the same problem restricting access to a single page. The page was part of a multi-web site hosting account (not sure this matters or not)..Look in the help pdf pages 26-28 that specficially speaks to godaddy severs. This fix solved my problem.

"To work around this problem, you will have to manually enter the subdomain folder you wish to
protect".

Once i did the above, everything worked.
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george barone wrote:
"To work around this problem, you will have to manually enter the subdomain folder you wish to
protect". Once i did the above, everything worked.


Hi. Where does one manually enter the subdomain folder?

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