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In a corporate environment, if we managed the site on internal LAN servers, then published the content to public facing ones (using Contour - is this the tool for this?) is it possible the public facing ones only deliver the site, but the back-office is disabled, ie if someone outside the lan managed to get a login/password, they still wouldn't be able to edit the site from outside?
The tool you are mentioning is not Contour but Courier
You can restrict access to backoffice using IIS rewrite rules. In this topic you will find the rewrite url
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