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Getting Started with SecurityAssist - Wizard

Thread began 10/24/2011 7:01 pm by rminshul431464 | Last modified 10/25/2011 11:02 am by rminshul431464 | 1066 views | 3 replies

rminshul431464

Getting Started with SecurityAssist - Wizard

I can't get to step 1.

The Getting Started with SecurityAssist guide states in substep 1 within Step 1 of 6 "From the Insert menu, choose WebAssist>SecurityAssist>Wizard."

WebAssist is not listed under the Insert menu in Dreamweaver.

There is a new WebAssist menu on the menu bar along the very top of Dreamweaver.
- Under the WebAssist menu, WebAssist>SecurityAssist there is not an option to choose a wizard. The options under WebAssist>SecurityAssist are Create Security Pages, Manage Site Access, Authenticate User, Secure Page, Show Region, Email Password.

I selected the 1st option, WebAssist>SecurityAssist>Create Security Pages and the "SecurityAssist: Create Pages" window appeared.
I left the default of "PowerCMS V2 Users" under "Select Preset" and then under "Database Settings" I clicked the "Define" button.
The "Connections for Site 'Security Test Site' " dialog box appeared, I clicked the "New" button.
The "MySQL Connection" dialog box appeared. I had no idea what to enter in any of those fields so I clicked the "Select" button next to the "Database" field and got a message that stated "In order to select a database table, you must specify a username and password." I clicked "OK"
Now back on the "MySQL Connection" dialog box I clicked "Cancel."
Now back on the "Connections for Site 'Security Test Site' " dialog box, I clicked "Done."
Now back on the "SecurityAssist: Create Pages" window I clicked "Cancel."

I then tried to go into "phpMyAdmin" from the "WAMP" icon in the system tray of the taskbar at the bottom of the screen.

Although I had gone into "phpMyAdmin" to create a new database to be used for WebAssist immediately before trying to start the WebAssist "Wizard" described above, I now get an error message when trying to open "phpMyAdmin."

The error message states "Cannot start session without errors, please check errors given in your PHP and/or webserver log file and configure your PHP installation properly."

I can't even get to substep 1 (accessing the Wizard) of Step 1 of 6 of the "Getting Started with SecurityAsssit" guide and in trying I trashed "phpMyAdmin."

Where do I find the Wizard?
How do I fix "phpMyAdmin" that has worked flawlessly for the past year?

Thanks,
Robert

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