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Cannot Upload File - or Create Folder with KFM

Thread began 5/17/2011 5:56 pm by codamedia | Last modified 5/20/2011 1:57 pm by codamedia | 3745 views | 7 replies


I have just spent the evening trying to troubleshoot this problem. This seems to be server related.

IIS 6 > Windows 2003
On this server, KFM will not upload any files. I am getting the error mentioned in the previous post. I can create/delete folders, but I cannot upload any files.

IIS7 > Windows 2008
I copied the site over to this server to give it a try. Uploading works fine with the exact same configuration.

HOWEVER - I have a new problem on IIS7. When I go to insert an image or file, it is setting the entire disk path (d:\sites\etc... etc...) rather than the relative path "/resources/images/etc... etc...". For the record, on IIS 6 the insert paths are correct. This is only happenning on IIS7.

So here is what I have with an identical site in two locations.

IIS 6 won't upload any files.
IIS 7 won't display without manually altering the path to the files.

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