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[Apache] htaccess Problem about Two <Directory> Definition

Hello there, 

    I'm now confused about how authentication with .htaccess on Apache is implemented. Suppose that I got two directories, /home/Anderson/public_html/ and /home/A/B/, and they are all defined almost identically in httpd.conf :
    <Directory /home/*/public_html>
      Options FollowSymLinks MultiViews
      AllowOverride Limit Options FileInfo AuthConfig
        Order allow,deny
	Allow from all
        Order deny,allow
	Deny from all

    <Directory /home/A/*>
      (...... Same as above)

    The only difference maybe is that /home/A/B is a VirtualHost(www.ABC.org). Now I am planning to authenticate my users by usernamd and password controlled by LDAP if they are not connecting with a specific IP I indicate. When I put my .htaccess under /home/Anderson/public_html/ and /home/A/B/, it seems that only the one under /home/Anderson/public_html/ works. While I try to access www.ABC.org, all of the authenticative function is invaild and users are permitted to view my page without any restriction. Here is my .htaccess :

    AuthName "Login or Kick Your Ass !"
    AuthLDAPUrl ldap://www.xxx.org/......
    AuthType Basic
    <Limit GET POST>
    Order deny,allow
    Deny from all
    Allow from
    require user Arthas Thrall Jaina
    Satisfy any
   Was there any mistake I made during my configuring or something I missed here? Anyway, thanks for the patience of your reading.


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