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WA_AuthTK_RestPage.htm error

Thread began 7/30/2015 3:53 pm by Charles | Last modified 8/03/2015 1:35 pm by Ray Borduin | 132 views | 2 replies |

Charles

WA_AuthTK_RestPage.htm error

I had previously created pages(login/register) using Security Assist. They worked fine. Went back trying to access Security Assist> Manage Site Access > Access Pages Manager>and got the attached error - WA_AuthTK_RestPage.htm, the following javascript error occurred: In file "WA_AuthTK_RestPage.htm ": initializeUI is not defined.
So I went back to SA> Create Security pages> to see if I stared over I could get to Manage pages. Imade my Create Page selections in the wizard and when I clicked to Finish, I gt a 2nd error attached: Error starting floter: TypeError: MM.SiteToolsActivate is not a function.
Stuck - your help appreciated.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Clear your winfilecache .dat file from your local users configuration folder and it should resolve this issue.

You can find a lot of instructions on how to do it on this site.

Make sure Dreamweaver is closed then open windows explorer and browse to: %appdata%

That will take you to your user's application folder. From there drill down to Adobe and the version of Dreamweaver you are using. Go to the configuration folder and find the file that begins with winfilecache, then has a large number and ends with .dat.

Delete that file and re-open Dreamweaver and I think the errors will go away.

If not, try reinstalling the latest version of the extension. It could be conflicts with the version of Dreamweaver you are using if you have an older version of the extension installed that would be fixed in the latest.

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Charles

Wow - that worked. Pretty obscure. Finally found/deleted the file just by searching the whole C drive for winfilecache. Now SA comes up fine and I was able to manage pages access. I'm so close! Ran into another issue that I'll post separately. Thanks again!

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