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wrong redirect after successful Admin login

Thread began 6/19/2010 12:24 pm by Larry | Last modified 6/24/2010 1:47 pm by Larry | 1169 views | 7 replies |

Larry

wrong redirect after successful Admin login

I am able to log in successfully with the admin user name and password for the admin section of the User Reg Solution Pack. After entering the admin user name and password I get to the users_LogIn.php page where is says You are logged in. You may proceed to user administration.

Here is where the problem starts, when I click on You may proceed to user administration, I am taken to the users_LogIn.php?accesscheck=%2FUserReg%2FAdmin%2Findex.php%3F page.

Because of this I can not access the admin back end of the User Reg Solution Pack. I should be directed to the Admin/index.php, but I am not.

Under the Sever Behaviors tab there is a SecurityAssist Restrict Access to Page (Administrator, ../users_LogIn.php) When I click on that behavior, the "Page Access" behavior panel comes up.

Grant Access if: Administrator, then I click on "Rules Manager" and the "Access Rules Manager" panel comes up. I highlight Administrator then click on the edit button, the conditions are:
Allow if
Value is: <?php echo $_SESSION['AdminLogin']; ?>
Criteria is: =
Compare to is: <?php echo $GLOBALS['WAGLOBAL_Admin_Password']; ?>

Something here must be wrong, and for the life of me I can not seem to figure it out. I would appreciate any and all help so I can get to the admin back end of the User Reg Solution Pack.

I would bet this is something very easy and simple, but after looking at this for so long, my mind is blank.

Thank you

Larry

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Eric Mittman

If you have made any edits to the Security Assist functionality anywhere on the site you might have caused the helper file to be recreated. This could cause issues with the restriction rules that are in place on the pages. You should first try reloading the Security Assist pages from the download to see if this clears up the problem, always make sure to backup your existing files before overwriting them.

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Larry

Hi Eric,

I uploaded the original Security Assist pages, and still have the same issue. Do you have any other ideas I could check.

Thanks

Larry

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Eric Mittman

I have opened a ticket for you on this issue so we can exchange some details in private. To update the ticket login and visit your support history.

supporthistory.php

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Larry

Eric,

I did update the support ticket.

Thank you for your help.

Larry

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  I have opened a ticket for you on this issue so we can exchange some details in private. To update the ticket login and visit your support history.

supporthistory.php  
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Eric Mittman

Thanks for the update, it looks like we are already responding to each other in the ticket so I wil leave the thread alone until I have more to add.

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Eric Mittman

There were a couple of things that were going on but the main reason that the login to the admin was not successful was because the include file for the globals was below the code on the page that makes use of it. The fix was to cut and paste the include line for the globals to the top of the page, this got it working again.

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Larry

I guess that is one of those things that I never give a thought too. Thank you for your help and again for your expertise.

Larry

Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  There were a couple of things that were going on bug the main reason that the login to the admin was not successful was because the include file for the globals was below the code on the page that makes use of it. The fix was to cut and paste the include line for the globals to the top of the page, this got it working again.  
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