Difference: TWikiUserAuthentication (11 vs. 12)

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 No special installation steps need to be performed if the server is already authenticated. If not, you have three standard options for controlling user access:
  1. Forget about authentication to make your site completely public - anyone can browse and edit freely, in classic Wiki mode. All visitors are assigned the TWikiGuest default identity, so you can't track individual user activity.
  2. Use SSL (Secure Sockets Layer; HTTPS) to authenticate and secure the whole server.
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  1. Use Basic Authentication (HTAccess) to control access by protecting key scripts: attach, edit=, installpasswd, password, preview, rename, save, upload, view, viewfile using .htaccess files. The TWiki Installation Guide has step-by-step instructions.
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  1. Use Basic Authentication (.htaccess) to control access by protecting key scripts: attach, edit=, installpasswd, preview, rename, save, upload using the .htaccess file. The TWikiInstallationGuide has step-by-step instructions.
 

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