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In many configurations with authentication, where the value of the # 2.2 config that disables host-based access control and uses only authentication Order Deny, Allow Allow from all Auth Type Basic Auth Basic Provider file Auth User File /example.com/conf/users.passwd Auth Name secure Require valid-user Order allow,deny Deny from all # Satisfy ALL is the default Satisfy ALL Allow from 127.0.0.1 Auth Type Basic Auth Basic Provider file Auth User File /example.com/conf/users.passwd Auth Name secure Require valid-user All modules must be recompiled for 2.4 before being loaded.
Many third-party modules designed for version 2.2 will otherwise work unchanged with the Apache HTTP Server version 2.4.
In order to assist folks upgrading, we maintain a document describing information critical to existing Apache HTTP Server users.
These are intended to be brief notes, and you should be able to find more information in either the New Features document, or in the file.
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You should review the Authentication, Authorization and Access Control Howto, especially the section Beyond just authorization which explains the new mechanisms for controlling the order in which the authorization directives are applied.
To take advantage of new features in 2.4, see the New Features document.