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XSCHPASS(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		   XSCHPASS(1)

NAME
     xschpass -- Change	password for access to protected web-directories

SYNOPSIS
     http://your.site.name/cgi-bin/xschpass/~username/directory

DESCRIPTION
     `xschpass'	is a program that lets remote users change the password	that
     they use to access	a protected web-directory with the xs-httpd webserver.
     This allows users to set a	password that is only known by themselves and
     not even by the person who	controls the web-directory and who set up the
     initial password.

     Accounts can not be added or removed through the web-interface - this can
     only be done by a person with local directory access through xspasswd(1).
     Also the access type (basic or digest) can	only be	changed	with
     xspasswd(1); if both basic	and digest authentication are enabled for a
     user, then	setting	a new password using xschpass(1) will update both
     passwords.

EXAMPLES
     To	change the password that is used to access the URL
	   http://your.site.name/~johans/protected/index.html
     one should	visit the following `xschpass' location:
	   http://your.site.name/cgi-bin/xschpass/~johans/protected/

SEE ALSO
     httpd(1), xspasswd(1), httpd_cgi(7)

     The project homepage: http://www.xs-httpd.org/

xs-httpd/3.5			 June 23, 2007			  xs-httpd/3.5

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