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    Vanilla Config File

    Hi All

    Just started looking into HAP on a vanilla system runninig IIS 7 on Server 2008 R2, but am struggling a bit as not really gone into IIS before!

    Would any one be able to PM me a copy of their config file minus any admin passwords so I can have a look at what needs to be done - I tried the tool but am still struggling somewhat.

    Thanks in advance

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    Where are you struggling, I may be able to help, I haven't got access to our config file here (at home) but if you give a description i may be able to point you in the right direction

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    The web.config shipped with HAP+ is actually a working file, taken from my version of HAP+ running at CHS. usually: {0} = username. %homedir% = AD Home Directory path. {0},{1} in the OUPaths can be removed if needed.

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    OK thanks Nick, yeah I was a bit confused as to whether to leave the {0} in for a Vanilla install, to remove completely or to substitute for another variable? Does {0} act as a variable for username on non RM?

    Sister Annex if you could send me yours when in today would appreciate it.

    Thanks Again

    PS am I correct in thinking that it is best to only run this on HTTPS and disable access on HTTP.

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