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Can't login to CMS admin services

Thread began 7/23/2011 4:30 pm by genelee2330761 | Last modified 7/25/2011 9:03 am by genelee2330761 | 858 views | 1 replies


Can't login to CMS admin services

Here is a thread about the error message I was getting in the pages generated by Security Assist after I did the initial install for Power CMS Builder.

This was the solution for that problem and this did work to get me into the Security Assist pages:

Delete the reference to: /WA_SecurityAssist/Helper_PHP.php

The new file: /webassist/security_assist/helper_php.php

BUT, after doing this I got a similar error message when I tried to go to the admin_cms/index.php file to start inputting content on a CMS controlled page. So, I went through all the files that had been generated by Power CMS Builder and changed the reference for the helper_php.php file to the new version.

Now I can get to the CMS admin page but my login/password don't work.

Is there an order in which I should implement various packages in the Power Suite so these kinds of conflicts don't happen? Or is there a newer version of Power CMS Builder that uses the newer file when it sets up its files?

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