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    Drive Mapping

    Hi,

    I seem to be in the 1% that is having problems with the new HAP+ install. When I try to add mappings to the setup page, I receive an internal server error.

    Could someone please paste the mapping section from their working hapconfig.xml so that I can manually edit the file.

    @nickbro I am using the HAP.Web v7.7.1116.1300.zip you posted earlier, this has enabled me to get this far. I was encountering errors galore before.

    Thanks,
    Michael
    Last edited by linkazoid; 16th November 2011 at 11:51 PM.

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    Friendly bump!

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkazoid View Post
    Could someone please paste the mapping section from their working hapconfig.xml so that I can manually edit the file.
    Hey Michael

    There was an issue with one of the earlier versions of HAP 7 whereby forward slashes and back slashes were being confused..

    Here is my mapping section for the latest version of HAP (which works )

    Code:
    <mappings>
          <mapping drive="N" name="My Documents" enablereadto="All" enablewriteto="All" enablemove="True" usagemode="Quota">%homedir%</mapping>
          <mapping drive="K" name="Pupils Shared" enablereadto="All" enablewriteto="Domain Admins, Staff" enablemove="True" usagemode="Quota">\\servername\pupils shared</mapping>
          <mapping drive="R" name="Teachers Shared" enablereadto="Staff, Domain Admins" enablewriteto="Staff, Domain Admins" enablemove="False" usagemode="Quota">\\servername\teachers shared</mapping>
          <mapping drive="U" name="Student Home Folders" enablereadto="Staff, Domain Admins" enablewriteto="Domain Admins" enablemove="False" usagemode="Quota">\\servername\Students</mapping>
        </mappings>
    Hope it helps

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    Hi Matt,

    Thanks for that.

    Unfortunately I receive the following error when logging into HAP.

    403 - Forbidden: Access is denied.
    You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.
    Loging in from the Server gives me the following error:

    Drive Mapping-capture.jpg
    Michael
    Last edited by linkazoid; 17th November 2011 at 02:39 PM.

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    SOLVED -

    Default.aspx was not set as the default document for the site in IIS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linkazoid View Post
    SOLVED.
    Yay!

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    Arrrggh - So close... It was working ok, but I dunno what I've done but now i'm unable to download files or browse folders in both basic and advanced. Drive Mapping-capture.jpg

    Have noticed the URL changes to
    https://home.mydomain.com/HAP/MyComputer/storage/myuser$/Documents/My%20Pictures
    If I change it to
    https://home.mydomain.com /HAP/MyComputer/U/Documents/My%20Pictures
    the space above is intentional
    the folder opens until I click on another folder.

    I am using uppercase drive letters in the config.
    Last edited by linkazoid; 17th November 2011 at 06:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickbro View Post
    Something is wrong wrong there. It should be trying to get to https://hap.school.name/hap/Download...older/document name.doc

    Make sure in the ~/app_data/hapConfig.xml that the UNC path is \\server\share, and doesn't end with a \. It should not be forward slashes if it is

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    Cheers Matt,

    It was because I has added spaces to the end of the each mapping line.
    enablemove="False" usagemode="Quota">\\data\studentpublic$ </mapping>
    instead of
    enablemove="False" usagemode="Quota">\\data\studentpublic$</mapping>
    On another note, what is the "enablemove=True" and "enablemove=False for in the above mapping line?

    Michael

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    oh fab glad you got there in the end! I honestly dont know what the enablemove means.. i sort of presume it enables the ability to move folders around.. but could be wrong.. im sure its in the documentation somewhere! lol

    Matt

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    EnableMove enables the Move Functionality in the Basic Mode, as loading the tree for the move is server intensive

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