Folder Access

11 years 2 days ago #103668 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic Re:Folder Access
Please check the folders to see if .htaccess or .htpasswd exist.

Have a subscriber to said plan login then log out. This should create the files if they do not exist and protect the directory.


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10 years 11 months ago #103940 by quixotica
Replied by quixotica on topic Re:Folder Access
Both of the files exist, but the .htaccess files in both folders are from the scripts within them, not from CBSubs. Could this be the problem?

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10 years 11 months ago #104857 by krileon
Replied by krileon on topic Re:Folder Access
quixotica wrote:

Both of the files exist, but the .htaccess files in both folders are from the scripts within them, not from CBSubs. Could this be the problem?


Yes, this would be the problem. It checks that those files exist. Then adds to them. The .htpasswd file probably has the users information in it, but .htaccess may not be written correctly to restrict that folder and use that file.


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