I need to override a RequestHeader in a later <Proxy> like it was never done.
In this case I need to forward the users own basic credentials. Is that possible?

This is a simplified version of my problem...
<Proxy http://localhost:8080/*>
RequestHeader set Authentication "Digest username=test"
<Proxy http://localhost:8080/subdir*>
RequestHeader ??? Authentication
ProxyPass / http://localhost:8080/

Best regards

Emil Assarsson
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB

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