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Old 08-11-2004, 12:09 AM   #1
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AuthType Digest Issue in CUPS

hello all,
I am using the CUPS server for testing IPP clients and am pretty new to this CUPS printing concept.I am facing some problem when AuthType is specified as Digest.
In the /etc/cups/cupsd.conf I have specified AuthType as Digest for "printers" location and for other locations such as admin or / i have specified AuthType as either Basic or None.Using IE or netscape from a Remote machine I am able to browse the all the locations such as Admin,/,jobs etc except the printer location where AuthType is specified as Digest.Kindly lemme know anything more has to be done in the client side or in the server side to acceses the printer location.Your help will be higly appreciated.


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