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On replay why am I getting an error "HTTP: 1014 - WWW-Authenticate header is missing but status code was 401., RespHdrGetHdr " ?

On replay why am I getting an error "HTTP: 1014 - WWW-Authenticate header is missing but status code was 401., RespHdrGetHdr " ?

On replay why am I getting an error "HTTP: 1014 - WWW-Authenticate header is missing but status code was 401., RespHdrGetHdr "?

According to RFC 2617 - HTTP Authentication: Basic and Digest Access Authentication - when a server requests user authentication from the client, the server's response should send an "Authenticate" entity in the response header.

The client will usually respond by sending the requested authentication in the next request header.

If the server response does not send this "Authenticate" header entity then SilkPerformer will raise this error as this is contrary to the specification.

Please consult with your system administrator in order to ensure the server is configured to send this header.

More information about this can be seen at the RFC - ftp://ftp.rfc-editor.org/in-notes/rfc2617.txt

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