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    Installing HAP+ Problems

    Installing for the (sort of) first time here, and seeing some problems.

    I started this a few weeks back, but didn't manage to finish it before going on leave for a few weeks. Coming back in today, I couldn't remember exactly how far I'd got, so decided it best to remove everything and start over.

    Everything goes well until 4:31 into the installation video, as I don't have "Authorization Rules" as an option to click on. I decided to press on anyway, and now get the below message when clicking on MIME Types (I know this didn't happen before).

    Installing HAP+ Problems-hap_error_1.jpg
    You'll note I'm working from a folder called "remote" not "extranet" as I wanted to be sure of using a fresh version; I can go back to "extranet" if it is particular about the name.

    Pressing on regardless again (remembering that .xap was already listed first time round anyway), I finish but when I try to browse the site I get the below error screen after entering user credentials.

    Installing HAP+ Problems-hap_error.jpg

    Any help gratefully received...

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    Okay, some progress here. I managed to clear the Mime Types error (above) by deleting the relevant line from the web.config file, and it seems happy again now.

    I also had a look at the ASP.Net Authorization Rules section in the hope this shed some light on why I can't see the IIS Authorization Rules. I noted it contained a Deny - All Users - Local rule as well as the Allow - All Users - Inherited rule, which seemed odd. Deleting that deny rule meant that when I next tried to browse to http://localhost/remote, I again got the password check, then it thought about it for a few seconds before returning the below error message.

    Installing HAP+ Problems-hap-error-2.jpg

    Any ideas?

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    that error is a general COM error, try restarting the server

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    Thanks Nick, restart scheduled for tonight and I'll try it again on Monday (assuming I get a moment to myself on the first day back!)

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    Hi Nick, the problem remains even after a server restart. What else could I try?

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    It's an AD issue that error code, is there any pos of waiting for HAP+ v7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    It's an AD issue that error code, is there any pos of waiting for HAP+ v7?
    Depends on the release date...

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    End of the Month, fingers crossed

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    What is your current AD Connection String (see web.config)
    What user are you using?

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    Is there nothing you can offer for me in the interim with regards to the error I'm getting? If not, I can hold out until the end of the month (this is a free product with free support, after all, so I can't be too ungrateful!) - feel free to use us as a live trial site, if you want; happy to start seeing a slightly flakey version if it means we can have it sooner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    What is your current AD Connection String (see web.config)
    <connectionStrings>
    <add name="ADConnectionString" connectionString="LDAP://6002DC01C..SCH6002,.Reading,.sch,.uk/DC=,DC=SCH6002,,DC=Reading,,DC=sch,,DC=uk" />
    <add name="SQLConnectionString" connectionString="Server=localhost;Database=hap;Tr usted_Connection=True;" />
    </connectionStrings>

    Looking at that, I see a double dot near the start and a double comma later on - is that my issue?

    User wise, generally using my named domain admin account, although have also tried pupil and teacher logons.

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    Try
    <add name="ADConnectionString" connectionString="LDAP://DC=SCH6002,DC=Reading,DC=sch,DC=uk" />

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    Thank you thank you thank you!!!!

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    Silly question, but how do people access this from the outside world? Do I just create a subdomain such as http://remote.schoolname.co.uk and then point that to our router's public IP address on DNS? What port forwarding do I need on our router?

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    Basically, or get county to do it. Port forward port 443 (HTTPS).



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