The file deny.exe is only useful in cases where you want to keep your program and web roots in the same directory. You can use it by configuring your Web server to direct requests for certain extensions to it, as described in the Script Mapping section of the Configuring your Web Server section of the FoxWeb documentation. To disable this setup, simply reverse your changes.
Sent by Alan Harris-Reid on 12/09/2002 05:11:11 AM:
I know I can use the supplied Deny.exe to prevent user-access to files with specified extensions, but how do you use this file? What is the appropriate syntax?
Once a file extension has been 'denied', how can the operation be reversed so that the files are accessible again?
Any help would be appreciated.