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    I've been using WebDav accessed via TMG. Sadly you can't buy TMG anymore!!

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    Well, HAP is being a right PITA to set up...

    Created a self-signed cert and added to server to stop it moaning, and still didn't stop the problem. But, I found out that I needed to remove the following:

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    <mimeMap fileExtension=".svg" mimeType="images/svg+xml" />
    Dunno why didn't like it on server, but now it shows correctly.

    Then, I found out that I needed to add permission to the registry log to allow it to read the event log

    Then, I now find it moaning with the users mappings... Folder is there, all is fine, but it moans that something is wrong, and it's logged in the error log. BUt I can't find anything in error log?!

    So annoying this!!! Grrrrrrrr

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    @nickbro will be able to assist, he may not have spotted this thread given its not in the HAP section of the forum....

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    These people are nice and cheap for ssl certs https://www.rapidsslonline.com/ seem to have decent trust compatibility also.

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    Fire up a 2012 server or 2 and install/configure directaccess if your clients a win 7 ent or 8 ent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovelldr View Post
    Well, HAP is being a right PITA to set up...

    Created a self-signed cert and added to server to stop it moaning, and still didn't stop the problem. But, I found out that I needed to remove the following:

    Code:
    <mimeMap fileExtension=".svg" mimeType="http://www.edugeek.net/images/svg+xml" />
    Dunno why didn't like it on server, but now it shows correctly.

    Then, I found out that I needed to add permission to the registry log to allow it to read the event log

    Then, I now find it moaning with the users mappings... Folder is there, all is fine, but it moans that something is wrong, and it's logged in the error log. BUt I can't find anything in error log?!

    So annoying this!!! Grrrrrrrr

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    The something is wrong error message means that Local Logon rights aren't set up on the server

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