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Password Realm Change

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by LinuxFreaky, Nov 27, 2001.

  1. LinuxFreaky

    LinuxFreaky Well-Known Member

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    I\'d like to customize the \"Realm\" words when customers are presented with the pop-up password box upon login. Where can I edit this?
     
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    That\'s not possible as that text is built into the user\'s browser.
     
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    [quote:2151fee48b]Actually I found a way I think.
    [/quote:2151fee48b]Can you share it with us?
     
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    Yeah, I\'d like to know this too.
     
  6. LinuxFreaky

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    Edit /usr/local/cpanel/cpaneld and goto line 639.

    Replace:
    print NS \"WWW-Authenticate: Basic realm=\\\"Cpanel $version\\\"\\n\";

    With:
    print NS \"WWW-Authenticate: Basic realm=\\\"Whatever you want\\\"\\n\";

    Restart cpanel.

    However, if you\'ve set cpanel to update itself every night it might revert back to the original version later though.
     
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