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    IIS AppPool\Hap adding user to permissions on RM server

    ive tried changing the command code with the right folder address as suggested in the sticky

    instead of

    icacls C:\inetpub\wwwroot\Hap /grant "IIS AppPool\HAP"RX)

    I type

    icacls D:\RMNetwork\RMManage\Web Components\Hap /grant "IIS AppPool\HAP"RX)

    but I get an error saying invalid parameter components\hap

    help!

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    I added everyone to the permissions and gave full control just to see if I could get it working. This works but page is mess no images showing. All the setup options on one page. Would love up get this working again or I'm gonna have to go look into rm portico which isn't as good and expensive.

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