How do you do....it? Thread, setup school intranet in Technical; Hi everyone
hoping someone can shed some light on the issue i am having here. I have install WAMP onto ...
23rd February 2011, 03:55 PM #1
setup school intranet
hoping someone can shed some light on the issue i am having here. I have install WAMP onto one of the servers and set the permission in the httpd.conf file to allow connections from the server and clients within an IP range, i have also added the port inbound rule to allow port 80 and everything is now working for me if i log onto any computer and open IE and type into address bar http://servername it works.
The issue is when a staff or student logs on and trys the same they get the website cant be found error. is there something that i am missing to allow everyone else access to see this?
I was also hoping to change it so that users dont need to type in http://servername would it be possible to change it so that when they first click on IE it opens the webpage to http://intranet (or is this just a simple rename of index to intranet and redirect IE to open \\servername\www\intranet?
thank you for any help in advance
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23rd February 2011, 04:17 PM #2
Do you use a proxy server? Do the Staff and student users need to have the server name added to the "Do not use proxy Server for" list?
I've never used WAMP - if it's not a proxy issue - might it be a file permission issue on the server (that you have permission to access, but regular users don't)?
Finally, I think what you're after is adding a CNAME (also known as an Alias) DNS record to map "intranet" to "servername", and then modifying the Group policy to make the home page "http://intranet" for your users.
Thanks to ShorehamGeek from:
Aaron (23rd February 2011)
23rd February 2011, 04:25 PM #3
Thank you i am trying to figure out which policy i have on that is stopping staff and pupils from starting the index page i can understand that with my account i am administrator I have tried setting share permissions on the folder so that everyone can at least read but for some reason this didnt help. Users still get a message about the IP cannot be found.
Would this have anything to do with locking out staff and students from running ping from cmd at all?
23rd February 2011, 04:39 PM #4
No - shouldn't matter about disabling ping. Have you tried just typing the IP address of the server into the browser for a staff or student login?
23rd February 2011, 07:59 PM #5
yes but for some reason it gives up the same error message
1st March 2011, 01:13 PM #6
Sounds like proxy, you probably won't have one set as administrator - use group policy modelling to check what settings a specifuc user/machine get, it'll show you where they're coming from as well.
1st March 2011, 01:41 PM #7
Or the admin has "bypass proxy for local addresses" ticked whereas everyone else doesn't.
1st March 2011, 01:42 PM #8
In group policy settings for your students.... check out User config>Windows settings>IEMaintanance>connection settings
Click the dont use proxy for local addesses, and add the server (byIP) to the exception list and see if this helps.
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