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Can Jigsaw do this?

From: Bill Woods <bwoods@ccsmtp.memc.com>
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 97 09:21:43 cst
Message-Id: <9702118581.AA858101438@ccsmtp.memc.com>
To: www-jigsaw@w3.org
     
     Anslem and others,
     
     This is an Excerpt from a request one of our high level IT managers 
     wants to know. I've deleted parts of it for proprietary reasons. 
     let me know if and how. 
     
                                        thanks,
     
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     1. Is it possible to post a homepage on the Intranet and keep REMOTE1 
     and REMOTE2 from viewing it? NAME doesn't want joint ventures to view 
     sensitive information but wants everyone else to have access.
     
     2. Password control - How are passwords administered?  If a particular 
     page is developed and served here at OUR_SITE and if it has a password 
     required for access, how are those passwords controlled for users in 
     REMOTE3, REMOTE4, etc.?  
     
     3. Can we give a Netscape user here at OUR_SITE access to the Intranet 
     but fully block all access to Internet? 
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