"Taylor, Ross E" <ross.e.taylor@o...> wrote:
> This requires that the user set up the client with multiple URL's for
> different types of requests. It also means that the URL cannot be shared
> between IPP and the printer web pages. Currently, one of the most
> attractive things about IPP is that it can be set up on a PC by simply
> putting the URL for the printer into the Add Printer Wizard. If the URL
> to be a different URL from the printer's home page URL, and there need to
> different URL's for different types of requests, the process is much more
> complicated for the user. The extra effort gains nothing for the user.
I agree with Ross. A "protection space" is defined by the "realm value",
in combination with the *canonical root URL* of the server being accessed.
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