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/webassist/security_assist/wa_randompassword.php still placed in wrong folder..

Thread began 4/02/2013 1:30 pm by Andrew Read | Last modified 4/02/2013 2:06 pm by Jason Byrnes | 337 views | 1 replies |

Andrew Read

/webassist/security_assist/wa_randompassword.php still placed in wrong folder..

Hi there, I remember this happening in previous versions of WADB, and it still seems to be happening..

/webassist/security_assist/wa_randompassword.php is not being placed in the correct folder for some reason.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This seams to happen if the page you add the random password binding to is in a subdirectory of the site.

create a blank page in the root of the site, and add the random password binding to that page. that should cause the file to get created and the other pages that use the file should start working.

i have logged this in our system so it can be corrected in a future update.

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