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login.php appends to URL after session timeout

Thread began 3/05/2022 6:14 am by Jared Lui | Last modified 3/05/2022 10:03 am by Ray Borduin | 101 views | 1 replies |

Jared Lui

login.php appends to URL after session timeout

Not sure when or how this started.

When a user is logged in via SA and their session times out. Rather than being directed to the login page, they have a white page that says "File not found." and the login.php is appended to the end of the URL they were last on. Also, going back through the history using the browser back button, all previous pages now show the login.php appended to them as well as shown below.

Not sure if I need to address the authentication.php page or each of the restricted pages themselves here: $RestricAccessRedirect = "login.php"; OR something else entirely.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The path to the login page has to be wrong on the individual pages that are having this issue. If you attach one of the pages, I could take a look.

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