"Operation could not be completed. (kCFErrorDomainCFNetwork error 303.)"
While googling this problem I came across this thread which suggests the problem is to do with the way Safari handles 'chunking'. Perhaps nickbro could have a read of this thread and see if the suggested fix could be applied to HAP+.
one that i came across was more to do with the server tbh... that error message is the server returning a HTTP 303 error (apparently) there may be an answer here but not sure whether it is the right one!
HTTP Error 303 See other Explained
Thanks sister-annex. I think this is being caused by the fact that HAP+ breaks a file down into chunks when downloading it and Safari gets lost when stringing the chunks back together (of course not being a developer I could be completely wrong!).
Given that other browsers running on a Mac work fine it may be an unwanted Safari 'feature' that needs a workaround in the app itself.
It's a shame the downloading of files from the browsers is not standard. IE is a pain with caching turned on and now safari is being a pain with them too...
I just use the inbuilt asp.net transmit file procedure, everything that happens after that is in handled by asp.net
Originally Posted by gybe78
I have been doing some investigation in to porducts like this to install on our RM CC4 network, I am really impressed with this and can't wait to get my teath in to it. However I am being a complete idiot, how do I install it is there any instructions? Does it go on the the RM FRDC or a vanilla server within the domain?
Installation instructions are here Home Access Plus+, as we are a vanilla 2003 network I would not know the answers to your RM specific question but the videos etc on that site may help :)
Ah Cheers Mark
Out of interest it says to download the MSI but from that site the download is a Zip and is not a windows installer?!?
AKAIK there is no fixed installer for HAP due to the numerous config changes that have to made to make it work.
The ZIP files will contain all the files you need to get started
I am just in the process of having a play with it. Thanks, Andy
I can’t seem to get HAP to read NTFS permissions on shared drives. I also get the following error when selecting a folder.
Error: Unauthorised Access
You have attempted to access a restricted resource
I even get this error as a domain admin. I have seen this before on the forum and tried adding the hap server to the file server, but this didn’t work.
I also can’t seem to get Logon tracker working.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
Can HAP access shares on different servers? Sorry, let me explain.
I have HAP setup on sr1 and have shares on this server that can be accessed through HAP quite happily. I have added a shortcut to a share on another server but HAP cannot see the shortcut. I have used DFS to route a folder to another server but HAP gives me a "Network location cannot be accessed" error.
Any advice greatly appreciated :-)
This usually tends to be an issue with your impersonation level and the groups that have access to the HAP system
Originally Posted by Hawes29
you may need to find this:
and change 'CHS Easylink' to 'Domain users' or something similar
AFAIK shares on multiple servers should just be a case of putting in the direct UNC path - although I am not sure about what happens when DFS is used
Originally Posted by gl3nnym
Thank you for a quick reply; I have domain users in the allowed roles, as you can see below.
If you could suggest anything else I would be very grateful :)
May be worth checking the following lines in the UNC section:
Originally Posted by Hawes29
where it states enablereadto and enablewriteto these need to be set to existing groups or in this case All - which will allow access to these particular shares