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    Just deleted the mapped drive tile. How do I get it back?

    I seem to have deleted the mapped drive tile. I was actually removing the me / password tile so not sure how the mapped drive tile vanished.

    In the HAP config / home page section what do I need to type to get the mapped drive tile back.

    Cheers.

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    HTML Code:
     <Link name="Files" showto="Inherit" description="Access your School Files" url="~/myfiles/" icon="~/images/icons/metro/folders-os/DocumentsFolder.png" target="" type="myfiles" />
    That can go in the hapConfig.xml file

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    Thanks, that gave me back the tile.

    Problem is I can not edit the mapped drives. If I change the mapping and click save it has not saved.

    What file holds the mappings?

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    The hapConfig.xml file.

    You can't save unless the core AD settings are in

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    Ok changed settings in config file and all ok.

    Another issue,

    Q1. I do not have anything set under 'active directory user list' but I can still log in as a teacher. Should that be the case.

    Q2. Why does it ask for a
    Students Group: on the active directory page and not ask for teachers. What is this for.
    Last edited by edutech4schools; 25th September 2012 at 03:01 PM.

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    1. Yes, the user lists are used only on the helpdesk/booking system
    2. See above

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    OK.
    Is it possible to lock down which members of staff can access the site? I only want 2 or 3 teachers to access HAP.

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    IIS Manager should be able to lock it down to a specific group.

    Or ~/web.config

    line 45
    HTML Code:
     <authorization>
          <deny users="?" />
        </authorization>
    to
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     <authorization>
          <allow users="User1, User2, User3" />
          <deny users="*" />
        </authorization>

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    Cool. Thanks.

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