My host is IIS 6 with ISAPI Rewrite 3, however they use .htaccess for IIS Password control and instead they use httpd.ini for rewrites.
Any time I update settings in W3 Cache it creates a .htaccess file which breaks the site (all pages redirect to an IISPassword error page). It’s simple enough to delete the offending .htaccess file, but is there a setting to avoid this?
FWIW, I’ve already once renamed the .htaccess file to httpd.ini once so the rewrites work fine, I’m just trying to avoid triggering IISPassword by the .htaccess file being created.
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