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Access-Control-Allow-Origin header missing in PHP?

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I have the following code to add the appropriate header then redirect but I am still getting an error that this header is missing. What am I doing wrong?

 header("HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently");
 header("Access-Control-Allow-Origin: http://".$_SERVER['HTTP_HOST']);
 $augmentedUrl = $playbackbase."?authTicket=$authTicket";
 header("Location: $augmentedUrl");
posted Jan 24, 2014 by Amit Mishra

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HTTP_HOST always has origin access to resources (unless you are using subdomains that is), just confirm that it is the host you want to give access to. Besides that I think you want to have that access control @$playbackbase url as well.

answer Jan 24, 2014 by Luv Kumar
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Running Apache 2.4.7 and current configuration limiting access to a directory to only clients that can provide a trusted client certificate. Server is SSL host. Would like to modify configuration to allow "local" clients (127.0.0.1, etc. as defined by Require local auth provider) to access the directory without authenticating with a client certificate. So the local host may access the directory without SSL client auth, but all others must authenticate with a client certificate or access is forbidden. What is the best/proper way to do this?

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