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From Rainer Sokoll <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Zugriff fuer eine LDAP-Gruppe verbieten
Date Tue, 14 Sep 2010 13:19:52 GMT
Oh, stupid me. I apologize for the previous post in German.

My problem (apache 2.0.63):

I have a certain path, protected by mod_auth_ldap. Access is granted to
authenticated users only.
Now, I need to deny access for all members of a certain LDAP group, but
all the other users still must have access.

I thought somthing like this can solve the problem:

<Location /path/to/somewhere/>
  require valid-user
  <LimitExcept ALL>
    require group cn=....

But I wonder about the LimitExcept directive. I do not want to include
all possible methods here.
Is there a more intelligent way to solve my problem?

Again, sorry for the German noise :-)


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