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Install File Permissions

Thread began 5/03/2011 8:02 pm by lesMatthews | Last modified 5/04/2011 12:42 pm by lesMatthews | 1175 views | 4 replies


When I created my first content area (in a local site) per the PCMS Builder Getting Started guide, the PCMS Builder installation automatically created the folders I listed above in the site root. There was no prompt for a folder in which to place the folders and files it created.

I uploaded the folders and files the install created to the same location -- folders listed above are in the site root.

I gave Write permissions to Everyone on the site root folder, and still got the file permissions error when trying to run on the production site. I propagated Write permissions to every folder in the entire domain, and I still get the file permissions error. My host server (IIS) is running PHP Version 5.2.13 and MySQL 5.

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