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Old 04-01-2004, 06:19 AM   #1
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Force user login with different account

Hi, maybe this is just newbe item, but can't find solution.
Need to change user account within PHP session (have different directories for each user, change using $REMOTE_USER variable.
How can I force a user/password change once already logged in with a valid-user (to force PHP to go to another directory when refreshing page ? Even if I type the new URL it keeps on saying (from PHP statement echo ("User is".$REMOTE_USER);) "User is (old user)" and doesn't ask for new authentication.
I used synthax name:pwd@URL , but it doesn't work anymore after security patches..
Thanks, Mike
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