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    GoDaddy are reasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ba9ag View Post
    Any advice on SSL certificates - that stupid IE page annoys the hell out of me.

    Comparitive prices and recommendations if possible.

    Thanks all
    Speak to Carl @ CS New Media he does SSL Certificates

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    I saw this RapidSSL but was a little sceptical given the low price but I'll give it a go.

    Having a slight problem with the Logon Tracker - everytime I login or logoff I'm getting an error "Application attempted to perform an operation not allowed by the security policy"

    Any ideas?

    Thanks

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    Install .net 3.5 SP1 and try again. Something changes in 3.5 which fixes this issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    Install .net 3.5 SP1 and try again. Something changes in 3.5 which fixes this issue
    Install that on the server or on every workstation?

    Thanks

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    Every workstation. Don't know why, but it fixes that problem. It's a client issue, not a server one

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    Hi Nick,

    I finally have it working... Staff are going to love this! Much better and fancy way of accessing their docs from home.

    1 Question - Is it possible to run it on a different port in IIS?
    I have tried changing it to 81 and can login fine, but accessing Documents does not work. (Edit: Using the Basic Version Works.)

    What would I need to change in the Web.config to make the Silverlight version work?

    Regards,

    Michael
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    You'd need to rebuild the silverlight project to hard code the port. Though it should anyhow, but obviously not.

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    Thanks Nick... I'll think of something else. Think I might move it to another server, put the server in a DMZ and use a spare public IP that we have.

    Thanks,

    Michael

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    If your running on IIS7, you might like the IIS URL Rewriting, you can do a proxy type setup on it. I use it to pipe the RM stuff into a server 2008 r2 web server.
    URL Rewrite : The Official Microsoft IIS Site

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    Cheers Nick... I wont be able to do that due to the lack of IIS7.

    Also is it possible for us to use just hap.domain.com without the /extranet ?

    I would like to use it this way as I know staff will forget to add it and then complain it doesn't work.

    Thanks,

    Michael

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkazoid View Post
    Cheers Nick... I wont be able to do that due to the lack of IIS7.

    Also is it possible for us to use just hap.domain.com without the /extranet ?

    I would like to use it this way as I know staff will forget to add it and then complain it doesn't work.

    Thanks,

    Michael
    if you have nothing else on the root of the webserver, add something like index.asp or index.html and have it forward to /extranet. so even if they forget to add the /extranet, it will automatically forward them to it

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    would it be possible for the basic version to have a choice between which uploader the link goes to?
    so on basic you click on UPLOAD and it will either go to the drag and drop html or the basic html uploader, but that is decided by a setting in web.config or something?
    so as an admin i can say i only want people to use the html uploader not the drag and drop in the basic one?
    Thanks

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    What format does the booking system import from? if CSV which columns etc? Setting it up was extremely easy thansk to your PDF guide and the forum posts on this thread.

    Wes

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