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    New install on Server 2008 R2

    I have setup HAP on server 2008 R2. It's running, you can access the documents and shares, users are detected with AD but I must be missing something obvious...

    -Clicking on announcements as admin doesn't do anything.
    -I see links for "Me, password, tickets, bookings" but nothing else appears (I would expect this with bookings as none exists) and clicking on them doesn't do anything.
    -The quota bar doesn't show (I added all our user servers - no change)
    -Creating a new ticket, you can type a subject and a room but nothing else.
    -Boking system, links don't go anywhere.

    When loading HAP, IE shows a warning sign.

    Webpage error details

    Message: ASP.NET Ajax client-side framework failed to load.
    Line: 52
    Char: 34
    Code: 0

    Message: 'Type' is undefined
    Line: 2
    Char: 1
    Code: 0

    Message: 'Sys' is undefined
    Line: 73
    Char: 1
    Code: 0

    Message: 'Sys' is undefined
    Line: 1
    Char: 1
    Code: 0

    Message: 'Sys' is undefined
    Line: 323
    Char: 106
    Code: 0


    One thing I saw in webconfig...
    "Under IIS7.5, the application pool identity will be IIS APPPOOL\$apppool$, where $apppool$ is the application pool have is running under. You will need to grant permission to the App_Data folder to this user"
    What exactly do you have to do here?

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    What browser are you using?

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    Internet Explorer 8 on windows 7 and also on the server (2008 R2)

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    Quote Originally Posted by krobin View Post
    One thing I saw in webconfig...
    "Under IIS7.5, the application pool identity will be IIS APPPOOL\$apppool$, where $apppool$ is the application pool have is running under. You will need to grant permission to the App_Data folder to this user"
    What exactly do you have to do here?
    Right click on the App_Data folder, go properties. Under Security add a new permission, type in IIS AppPool\ and then your app pool name (e.g. extranet). Then grant write permissions.

    If the asp.net client side scripts aren't loading you need to look on google or this forum to solve it, see ASP.NET Ajax client-side framework failed to load. : The Official Microsoft ASP.NET Forums

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    Right click on the App_Data folder, go properties. Under Security add a new permission, type in IIS AppPool\ and then your app pool name (e.g. extranet). Then grant write permissions.
    The server doesn't want to validate IIS AppPool\extranet as it is not listed in AD. Have I skipped a step somewhere?

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    If the asp.net client side scripts aren't loading you need to look on google or this forum to solve it, see The Official Microsoft ASP.NET Forums
    IE only is affected: the quota bar for example appears on Firefox.
    What I tried...
    Enable XMLHTML suppport was already done.
    Removing the antivirus didn't fix it.
    Adding the website in trusted websites didn't fix it.
    Setting all security to Low didn't fix it.

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    By default IE using compatibility mode on internal sites. HAP+ is standards compliant, but IE sets itself into IE quirks mode.

    Make sure you look on the local machine, make sure you use that app pool name that is listed in IIS

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