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My husband is an educator and I am a photographer. We need to be able to give our clients access to their courses (podcasts) and sessions (photocasts) without letting the world be able to view them. However, we need to them to be accessible via the internet; most of our clients do not have Macs.

Basically, we need someone to be able to go to our .Mac website, click on a link for their particular podcast or photocast, and enter a password to be able to view it. How is this possible without password protecting the entire site?

I am more than competant on PCs, however, I am BRAND new to Macs, so detailed information would be very helpful as I am new to all of this.

Thanks! :dive:
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