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Using NSearch on NetWare 6 SP4 to Index a Remote Server

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By Cade Carvell

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Posted: 22 Sep 2004
 

If you want to use NSearch to index a remote server, you'll discover it can't be done without some special changes to the Apache engine (this method also doesn't use NES).

SOLUTION: Add all the lines below to your apache configuration file. Then restart apache (nvxadmdn, nvxadmup). This is to be done on the remote server (server to be indexed).

LoadModule rewrite_module modules/Rewrite.nlm

RewriteEngine on
Rewritecond %{REMOTE_HOST} !=10.200.5.53
RewriteRule ^/(.*) https://%{SERVER_NAME}%{Request_URI} [R]

Alias /PC "SHAREVOL:/Share/NSG/PC"
<Directory "SHAREVOL:/Share/NSG/PC">
    
    Options Indexes MultiViews
    AllowOverride None
    Order deny,allow
    deny from all
    allow from 10.200.5.53
    ############################ Next possible directive
    AuthName "Chinook Document Access"  
    AuthType Basic
    AuthNDSTree NMDP
    AuthNDSContext OU=IS.OU=MPLS.O=NMDP
    AuthNDSRequireSSL On
    Require valid-user
    ###########################Last Possible directive
    Satisfy any
</Directory>

If you have any questions you may contact Cade at ccarvell@nmdp.org


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