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Any updates on this? Have you guys been able to replicate this issue?
So to conclude on this – FYI
Once you authenticate the device(s), you can enable any blocks to wp-login.php via .htaceess, and the app still functions normally.
So far this seems to work fine.
One other question though, maybe I didn’t see it in the docs? Is there a way to set the timezone of the tracked item to be the same as the site’s default? I have the site’s timezone as NewYork.
After further investigation, it seems as though if I suspend the basic authentication for the wp-login.php until the initial auth takes place (between the Android App and the WPGMAP) for the devices being tracked in real time, and then enable the .htaccess auth, that it works fine, and the actual data push doesn’t need the wp-login.php to be available.
I’m having the website owner have two dedicated devices for the real time tracking, so I’ll keep you posted on how this works. We’re using this plugin to track two “water taxis” along their routes.