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I have created a seperate HAP for staff running alongside the current HAP which logs students directly into their ...
5th July 2012, 04:31 PM #1
Problem Accessing setup and booking
I have created a seperate HAP for staff running alongside the current HAP which logs students directly into their folders.
For some reason its started not allowing me to logon to the setup page. it logs you on correclty to the frontpage and shows the domain admins username on the right hand side so auth is okay but goes round in circles and never gets to the logon page. I got round this by deleting the line <deny users="*" /> for the setup.aspx page. Not ideal but its a workaround but its doing the same thing for the boking page for all staff even though they have access to it.
Is there an obvious thing I can check?
The rest of it works perfectly.
5th July 2012, 05:47 PM #2
There should also be an allow roles="Domain Admins" for that page, just check you are members of the domain admins. You may also need to put domain\Domain Admins in.
6th July 2012, 12:13 AM #3
I have tried putting the domain at the front but its still not working. Could it be an issue that I am using 2 HAP installs on the same server? The other one works fine.
Theres no errors in the event log and I don't seem to be pulling staff into the room booking section either if that helps.
6th July 2012, 01:14 AM #4
sounds like an authentication issue with iis not passing all the info it should
6th July 2012, 04:47 PM #5
Any pointers on how to check this? I have HAP's running on the same server and the other one seems fine. I have gone through the settings and everything checks out and the rest of the site is fine.
6th July 2012, 06:43 PM #6
You can try adding <%=User.IsInRole("Domain Admins")%> to one of the pages, this will tell you if the authentication system is working correctly.
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