@Zenden; We use FBA through ISA 2006 - works great with AD and passes all the relevant info needed for HAP to work fine (over SSL and non SSL if required - we use SSL)
Obviously if you don't use ISA then this is pointless but thought I'd offer what we do just in case :P
First of all, thank you for making this available! That said, here's the issue...
We are attempting to use Integrated Auth but can't connect to a user's home drive (mine), in Basic Auth it works fine.
Basic Version= Error: Unauthorised Access... You have attempted to access a restricted resource
Enhanced Version= An Error Occured
Sorry if this has been asked before. Unfortunately, Basic Auth is unacceptable to my MGMT.
It's all down to IIS and Identity Impersonation. With anything but Basic, the identity Impersonation doesn't work properly. Identity Impersonation means that the web process imitates the user rather than the process's user. You can in IIS set the App Pool to use a domain admin account to get round this, ish. You loose all security
I'm looking to upgrade ours to v5.4.5 but im unsure what version i'm currently on.
Is there anyway to tell wether we're on 5.3.x or 5.4.x?
linkazoid (4th February 2011)
1) Right click on any HAP page and look at the source, should me a meta tag.
2) Right click on ~/bin/hap.web.dll and look at the file properties
3) Look at the auto update message on the default page (domain admins only)
I have heard great things about Home Access Plus and am looking forward to seeing it up on our Windows Server 2008 R2 system. Is there any advice people can give? I am struggling with editing the web.config file.
Two questions related to branding:
1. Where would we change the "My School Computer" link text in the basic and enhanced drive view(s)?
2. Would we need to modify the Silverlight code to brand the Enhanced drive page? Visual Studio?
Thanks again! - Rob.
Just upgraded to the newest Version of this brilliant Program , So thank you Nick.
Having a little problem with the layout , have edited it a bit to get everything lined up properly . But still seem to have this problem in IE .
When ever i Hover over a Drive it shifts all the others away ? normally to the right
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I'm finally feeling like this can be rolled out to staff, but I want to add some drives that can only be seen by us.
Do I just need to add our Group ICTTechSupport to <ouobjects> in the web.config and/or somewhere else.
Can I then do this? As currently its not working.
Thanks,Code:<add drive="N" name="NAS" unc="\\nas03\tech_support" enablereadto="ICTTechSupport, Domain Admins" enablewriteto="ICTTechSupport, Domain Admins" enablemove="True" />
Do you get a specific Error, or does it just not show?
AFAIK the enablereadto will work on Domain security groups so what you have there should work.
In your ADconnectionString entry, have you specified an OU below the location of the Group you are trying to enter?
Our staff only one is configured as below;
I've just logged in as a student test account and the drive is not visibleCode:<add drive="S" name="Staff Common" unc="\\staff\staff common" enablereadto="staff" enablewriteto="staff" enablemove="True" />
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