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Paths problem. Security Assist unable to write correct paths.

Thread began 8/31/2010 11:35 pm by neilo | Last modified 9/02/2010 9:19 am by neilo | 1069 views | 5 replies


Paths problem. Security Assist unable to write correct paths.

How or where can I set the correct paths in Security Assist? It can't seem to be done using the wizard. I have tried several times running the wizard in CS4 and CS3 (SiteAssist won't run at all in CS5) before having to delete all the files and start again.

I start with a a page (admin/index.php) open and run the wizard. The security assist pages (users_EmailPW.php, users_LogIn.php, users_LogOut.php, users_Profile.php andusers_Registration.php) are created in the directory, with the security assist folder in the root directory.

Page access code is applied to all the pages in the admin directory.

When I try to access any of these pages - including users_LogIn.php - the url points not to admin/somepage.php, but to admin/admin/somepage.php.

There is no option to change it during the wizard's run. What is supposed to happen and why won't it?

There is some urgency with this (overdue) site - I thought this would be straight forward.


Edit: Later that night . . .

Removed all Security Assist files, folder and pages' code. Deleted Wincache file etc. Ran Wizard, this time from page in site root, with no mention of an admin folder anywhere in the wizard. Then I applied page access code to all pages in admin folder.

Try to access any of those pages and Site Assist still forces all urls to contain the path admin/admin/somepage.php, i.e. -

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