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    No Drives Displayed

    Hi

    I am kinda new with HAP+ been using it for a short while, I have just installed it onto a test serer this evening, and when I login as a student, I dont get any

    When I login to the system as admin and create a new drive mapping, I keep getting error "Not Found"

    Am I missing something here? I want to create a H drive for users home directorys.

    Infact when I try and do anything I just get an error box saying "Not Found"


    TIA

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    Are you using HTTPS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    Are you using HTTPS?
    Yep, but with a self assigned cert at the moment while I test the app.

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    I managed now to add a drive letter, and I give it the UNC path to a share on the server which the user has access to and when I try and access it i get the attached very long error message...

    Any Ideas?
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    Check to make sure you don't have drive letters which are the same. Make sure they are all in Upper Case and are only 1 letter long.

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    I'm a bit unsure how you map drives in this release. For example, lets say I wanted to map their documents?

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    You should add a mapping for %homedir% as the unc path

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    What shall i put in the read to / write to?

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