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Changing registration qualifiers

Thread began 1/19/2010 6:05 pm by laldrich374081 | Last modified 2/22/2010 7:57 pm by laldrich374081 | 4128 views | 26 replies

laldrich374081

Hi Eric

I think the problem is that i downloaded the user registration folder onto the server and not just the files. There fore it is not in the root directory. Is changing that alot of work? I have tried lots of cutting and pasting of these files and nothing. It keeps giving me 404 can not find the file. The one time I got something to work it brought me to the login page and I could not get into the file any way. That was the closest I can get. I copied the helper file and that did not work either. I finaly got it working. I had to change the WA_SecurityAssist/Helper_PHP.php line to the right folder. Then it worked just fine thanks for everything.

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