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How to protect the content in a subfolder?

Thread began 8/10/2020 12:54 pm by Mike | Last modified 8/11/2020 10:00 am by Mike | 368 views | 3 replies


How to protect the content in a subfolder?

I've an admin area (e.g. "/admin/) created with security's tools included in the latest version of Data Bridge.
Now I've a page that allow to the users logged to open pdf files, saved them in a subfolder (e.g. "/admin/orders/files/").
Is there a way to protect the content in this subfolder (e.g. .htaccess instruction that allow to see this files only for the users in the "pcms2_users" database table)?


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