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    Any way to rename the page title?

    I've managed to rename the page title that appears at the top of the browser window, but only for the Login page. I made the change in Login.aspx. But after a user logs in, how do I change the title page there? I can't find it anywhere. The title for that page is "[School name] - Home Access Plus+ - Home".

    Anyone know where to change that one?

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    That's hard coded into via the C# .cs pages

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    Where possible it has been offloaded to a localized resource

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    Thanks. I've noticed it in the page source if I right-click on the web page and do View Source. Is there any file I can edit that source with?

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    You would need to download the source code projects from http://hap.codeplex.com/SourceControl/BrowseLatest

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    Hi

    Similar question for this error message:

    "An unexpected network error occurred. This error has been logged on the server's event log"

    This error comes when I am logged in as a user who tries to access a folder in a drive but my user doesn't have permissions on that folder. Will I need to change this message in the source in order to edit its wording?

    It's just that the error might make users think there is a problem when it's just the way their permissions are in that particular share.

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    There should be a different message displayed to the user than the one in the event log if it is security related

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    Strange, we have a drive mapped in HAP+ where the user has Windows permissions to about half the folders inside. But if I double-click a folder where they shouldn't have perms, I get the attached error.
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    That's odd, this is the error you should get if permission is denied

    Attachment 15944

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