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Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Remote Access to Students Home Drive in Technical; Prob best you move this to the Home Access Plus+ Forum. You need to check the permissions on the App_Data ...
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    Prob best you move this to the Home Access Plus+ Forum.

    You need to check the permissions on the App_Data Folder

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    Hello, I am now able to access HAP+ Setup, but still getting some errors when going through config

    When I enter AD details and click on Students Group I get the mst'Message From WebPage'
    Message From WebPage.jpg
    Then AD Broswer Appears as in 'Active Directory Browser'
    Active Directory Browser.jpg

    Please help.

    Also can anyone point me to a config guide for 'Home Drives' etc. In our school we have two file servers for students, home drive paths somthing like

    \\servername\students\year\%username%

    How can I define this in HAP+????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylv3r View Post
    We found a terminal server was more useful than just giving access to a user home area.

    Obvioussly costs a lot more than the above methods mentioned.
    How are you publishing yours for remote access? Found RD Web Access to be far too clunky for most users with its multiple login prompts, warnings and need for full domain\username credentials

    HAP+ looks great for student access to files but for staff I wouldn't want potentially sensitive files to be touching their home PCs... much better to be working directly from their network drive if possible.

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    Prob best you move this to the Home Access Plus+ Forum.

    You need to check the permissions on the App_Data Folder

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    Hi

    what about UAG ?

    ozz

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    Works fine within UAG as well - thats what we have running here. Have enabled Single Sign On with Windows Authentication and the link within UAG goes right to the documents page.

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    For numerous errors I gave up with HAP, I looked at adito and it is quite good. It is OpenVPN adn use webpage to access shared folders etc. Simple to setup and use:

    Here some installation info: Installer « Lars Werner

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