I hate that. in that case you might consider having the Mac host the
portion of the website that requires authentication.
> Thanks, I'll look further into that. One thing I neglected to mention
> is that the linux box is a shared hosting service and one which I have
> no control over its administration.
> On Jan 31, 2008, at 11:35 AM, email@hidden wrote:
>> I should think if you make the mac server an ODM and the KDC having
>> linx box replicate to the ODM and attach to the KDC the RSS feed would
>> actually be editing the OU of the mac server.
>>> If I set up password protection to RSS feeds on a (non OS X) Linux
>>> server web page, and have the media reside on an OS X server running
>>> Apache, is there any way to restrict access to the media, i.e., so
>>> that the user, who authenticates on the server with the RSS feed, can
>>> have the media seamlessly (i.e., no prompts for additional
>>> authentication) downloaded? I haven't thought this through
>>> and may be asking for something impossible, but thought I'd ask here.
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