Thanks to all for the suggestions. While I am considering the various
suggestions, I renamed the directory and removed the insecure page that had
links to the files (the client put this page up with he cms). I then
changed all the links on the secure pages to the new directory name. That
solves the problem now whileI work out a more permanent solution.
Thanks again for the help.
On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 2:05 PM, Brian Thornton <Brian@cfde...>wrote:
> Are you using IIS security for login or CFM security?
> On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 1:02 PM, Robert Rhodes <rrhodescf@gmai...>
> > Hello everyone.
> > I have a site where a password is required to access the site. On pages
> > the site, there are links to download files. I set the appropriate meta
> > tags and robots.txt to tell the search engines to not spyder the site.
> > Though the site pages are not in google, the files are showing up.
> > bad.
> > It's a lot of files, so before I code up a solution to access all the
> > through logic so I can control the permissions, is there some way to
> > protect a directory so that files can't be downloaded without being
> > in on the site?
> > My guess is the answer is no, but I thought I would ask.
> > -RR