nick, cracking piece of software. was just wondering if and how it would be possible to add a logout facility to the main page (default.aspx)
just a basic bit of text they click on to clear the authentication and return them to the page before login. or if possible being able to add it to the set of icons in the web.config
i had tried: FormsAuthentication.Signout() but to be honest i don't know anything about asp and that was just from googling it for help.
MK-2 (3rd September 2010)
The information message you get when you try to rename a file/folder to the same name, can it be changed? It's confusing I think.
"Please enter a different name for this file/folder or press cancel to keep the current name."
Or something would be better.
How does everyone get around the internet security dialog box when downloading a file from home access plus?
Do you just tell your users they add it to trusted sites and get them to change the security level?
Just wondered if there was anyway of achieving this without users having to do anything
We use a paid for SSL cert, which does away with the security box. The yellow box at the top of the page is another matter, and just needs doing onces per session. (Annoying I know, but IE is annoying like that)
Also, this logout button breaks the Silverlight browser. Press it when using the SL mode and you'll see what I mean.
Because the authentication method for HAP is IIS's basic authentication, you need to close your browser to actually log out
The logout button is now fixed
is there any way of adding a "save as" or "download to" option in the right click menu of silverlight browser? In the same way you can "upload to" and select a local file to upload, but you right click on a file in my docs, download to, and then get a location box to save the download to.
i know it seems a bit picky, we just have some staff concerned that if you double click the file and open it, it then opens in temp internet files so could confuse some kids (or some staff more likely!).
they are used to using webdav so could open a file and when they went to save, it defaulted back to the webdav folder so they never actually saved the file to their machine, and i think being able to download to a certain directory might be a happy medium for them.
Sorry to add another one, but with the main page links (in the web.config file) is it possible to have them open in a new window? You know how in html it would be <a href=test.html target=_blank>, as we have links to other facilities which i dont want it opening in the main page.
Didn't know if there was a way of having it as an option to open in same page or new page?
Last edited by MK-2; 8th September 2010 at 11:13 AM.
MK-2 (9th September 2010)
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