Best way to secure binary files
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2004 11:26:15 +0100
I've got certain report files on my admin section that i'd like to secure.
What is the best method of doing this on the web server? These could be any
type of file other than a web form - i.e. pdf, word, excel, ppt, etc.
They'll be in their own directory on the server. I am already using Forms
Authentication to allow access for administrators.
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