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Are you saying that the Auth object is not asking the user to log in when you run under Apache?  I would say that this is almost impossible -- there must be another explanation.  Could this be a caching issue, or simply a case where the same URL points to a different file on the two servers?  Please add the following lines after the call to Auth.Authenticate:

Response.Write("Last call: " + TTOC(DATETIME) + "<br>"
Response.Write("Session ID: " + Session.GetSessionID() + "<br>"

Does the timestamp show up under Apache?  Does it get updated after each hit?  Does the Session ID remain constant?

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Sent by jc on 10/31/2001 09:21:04 AM:
The Auth.Authenticate() does not check anything, the system react like the user is already log in ? Under IIS no problem .
Is there a trick in the http.conf of Apache.

PS : my authentication code

Auth.AuthTable = "util_intranet.dbf"
Auth.Header = ';
<p align="center"><img border="0" src="BELFOR1.GIF" width="100" height="119"></p> ;
<center><font face="Arial" size="4" color="#FF0000">Vous entrez dans une zone sécurisé, tout les mouvements seront archivés<BR> veuillez vous authentifier.</center><P>'
Auth.Footer = '<br><font><I><font face="Arial" color="black"><center>&copy; Jesperson & Clerc  1998-'+allt(str(year(date())))+'</center></font></i>'
Auth.SaveCookie = 0
Auth.passwordcaption="Mot de Passe"