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SSL 2.4.4 Download error using Apache

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I am trying to refresh our web site with the latest version of apache. As part of the refresh I want to enforce SSL access to the site. I've setup SSL and the site mostly works with basic authentication, but I have errors when trying to download/view video files from the web site.

I've tried several different clients and 80% of the time I get a window with a big square and if one clicks on the square it says "The specified movie could not be found". Sometime firefox on a Mac will actually play the movie but mostly not.

I can retrieve the movie using wget just fine.

In the error log a debug trace shows it making one request for the web page and the authentication for that suceeds, but then the second request for the video file is rejected because the credentials are not available! Is there an option which tells the client not to send the authentication information? or to clear when requesting?

AH01626: authorization result of Require group svsaccess: granted,
AH01626: authorization result of Require group svsaccess: denied (no authenticated user yet)

BTW, the site works as expected under non-SSL connections.

posted Jun 27, 2013 by anonymous

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