Have you editied the settings.asp file in the incs folder?
Also make sure you don't have any cached files in your browser as that will cause a problem.
Last edited by ICTNUT; 18th November 2009 at 11:25 AM.
Yes I have edited the settings.asp file with a changed admin/pass for the admin area, and also domain admin settings.
I am starting from a new site in IIS.
I note from your sceenshot that you have nothing visible in the background behind the login screen are you starting from a clean database as well?
Yes, I wanted to start again.
I failed the attempt to do the upgrade.
Ahh right that makes sense then, let me just run through the setup here on a new site just to check
Any ideas on system requirements for this ICTNUT? I was running the older version on an old dell rack server (850mhz celeron, 512 ram) and it ran perfectly fine.
I've done a fresh install of this, but as soon as I try to access ether front end or back end, CPU rockets up to 100% and stays there.
thanks in advance.
@ICTNUT, I followed the new install, the only thing I didn't do was add a new CNAME to the DNS records as I used the same address as before.
Big_Dave (18th November 2009)
OK Fix has been posted up online so anyone doing a new install please donwload the pack and do a clean install
For those that are upgrading I forgot to add a column to one of the tables so to fix it do the following:
1 - Open the Access database (netmon.mdb)
2 - Open the tblservers table in design veiw (right click on the table)
3 - In the row under check_type add exclude with a data type of Yes/No
4 - Close the database saving any changes you should be good to go now.
Sorry once again.
Looks to have sorted it, will have a play and get back to you.
Great work; looks awesome
OK, I can get into the admin web i/face to the "add item" popup, but when I fill in the details and click "add item", nothing seems to happen. The dialog box doesn't disappear.
The only thing I didn't do in the install guide was untick the "allow anonymous access" thinking that it would allow staff to see the status of servers etc without a need for login, after all the back-end is password protected anyway?
When you add anything to the database a status response is triggered which would close that dialog window, looks to me like the insert is failing and that could only mean permissions.
I gave guest account write in IIS manager at time of install, as per install guide and also checked NTFS permissions on the database itself and internet guest account is definitely there with write permissions.
- Edit, sorry my bad; Internet Guest had Allow (which I had set) and Deny, deny was inherited from parent folder.
Removed the inheritable permissions and that has sorted it
Last edited by Big_Dave; 18th November 2009 at 01:20 PM.
I had same permissions problem as well, now solved.
ICTNUT, is there anyway I can use my old database? I do have a backup.
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