I am trying to control access to an asp page by using windows resource groups. The virtual directory in IIS has both 'Integrated Windows Authentication' and 'Basic Authentication' checked.
When an unauthorized user tries to access this page, it prompts thrice for the user ID and password before going to the 'user not authorized' page. I want it to display the error the very first time an unauthorized user tries to access this page and not ask him thrice before throwing the error page.
The operating system being used is Windows 2003 server.
i have a server with whm/cpanel and would love to have custom error pages that work server wide not just for a specific domain. I have tried adding the "ErrorDocument 404 errors/404.htm" to the httpd.conf file but it doesn't work.
I have no trouble getting custom errors to work for a specific domain but can't seem to get it to work server wide.
Has anyone else tried to tackle this and actually had success?
I'm not sure if this is the right forum, or if anyone can suggest a message board where I might get support on this.
This is what I have. I have Apache and IIS both running on Windows 2k3.
Apache is running in reverse Proxy mode sending multiple domains/virtual hosts to IIS.
ProxyRequests Off <VirtualHost *:80> ProxyPreserveHost On ProxyPass / http://localhost:8080 ProxyPassReverse / [url] ServerName mydomain.com
</VirtualHost> Now, if I type in [url]everything works great and IIS (listening on 127.0.0.1:8080) serves the page. However, I am doing custom error trapping, so when I type in [url](and /mydirectory doesn't exist on IIS) I need to fire ASP code (via custom error messages/handling) on the IIS server and then present a data driven page.
However, Apache is returning A 502 error:
Code: Proxy Error The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server. The proxy server could not handle the request GET /mydirectory.
Reason: DNS lookup failure for: localhost:8080mydirectory Is there a way for me to setup Apache to pass all error checking to IIS while using it as a reverse proxy?
I have a fresh install of 11.5 on Windows Server 2008r2. I have setup a domain from a 9.5 backup. Everything _looks_ okay, php settings look fine, but php pages give the following with detailed error reporting:
HTTP Error 404.3 - Not Found
The page you are requesting cannot be served because of the extension configuration. If the page is a script, add a handler. If the file should be downloaded, add a MIME map.
Note that this happens whether I select php 5.2 or 5.4
Would like to know how to implement css and images to work with custom error documents. For some reason the folders are ignored even with the correct path being entered within the html. Only plain text appears.
error pages i have added manually is not working because vbSEO create new .htaccess file
how can i run both of them ? (vbSEO and error pages) htacess is following
HTML Code: # Comment the following line (add '#' at the beginning) # to disable mod_rewrite functions. # Please note: you still need to disable the hack in # the vBSEO control panel to stop url rewrites. RewriteEngine On
# Some servers require the Rewritebase directive to be # enabled (remove '#' at the beginning to activate) # Please note: when enabled, you must include the path # to your root vB folder (i.e. RewriteBase /forums) #RewriteBase / RewriteRule ^((urllist|sitemap).*.(xml|txt)(.gz)?)$ vbseo_sitemap/vbseo_getsitemap.php?sitemap=$1 [L]
I have configured a custom 500.100 Error for one of my web sites in IIS 6.0. However, the custom error page appears nested within the HTML of the page throwing the error, at the point the error occurs.
This is problematic as live errors are being overlooked when they appear late in the script as the majority of the page outputs normally.
On my development server IIS 5.1 this does not happen. The Custom Error Page is shown as its own page. The errors cannot go unnoticed.
How can I change IIS 6.0's Customer Error to behave like my development server, and do it just for the one web site concerned?
=The last line in the .htaccess file is ErrorDocument 404 [url]
If someone tries to view a page that does not exist in the web site, the Custom 404 Error Page is displayed, properly.
I am trying to get Google to verify that I am the owner of this site (so I can use their Webmaster tools), and I have placed a page with a name they specified, in the site. Their verification fails, because, 'We've detected that your 404 file (file not found) error page returns a status of 200 (Success) in the header.' They need a status of 404 in the header of 404 pages. Note: Google does a HEAD request (not a GET request).
Also, I have noticed in the Webalizer statistics, there are no 404 codes listed with the other response codes! I know the Custom 404 page is getting a lot of hits, but, they are not shown in the statistics, because the wrong code is being sent.
The web site is small and the Custom Error page is with the other pages. I'm using MS FrontPage 2000.
Question: What do I need to change that line to, to get this to work properly, for Google and for my Webalizer statistics? Apache/1.3.27 (Unix)
I am moving to a new server. At first the [url]version of the site was fine. I had trouble getting [url]working. Once I had the path to the certificate file correct, I was good to go. So, I started moving data. I also ran some updates on the new server (installed mysql, php, related pkgs). I don't know when the [url]pages stopped working, but I didn't realize it until I had everything moved over and tried to go live. The pages are completely blank. If I view source, I get this: ....
I find it easy to update softwares (PHP, MySQL, phpmyadmin, Apache, etc.) in Directadmin because they have integrated custombuild. I plan to try Plesk for the first time, what is the counterpart of custombuild in Plesk?
I have a Reseller client that has a custom app that requires a virtual directory with special permissions. The app uses a MS Excel add-in as its front end on the user PC. Is there a way to register and publish this app for the resellers web sites without have to create the folder and set the permission by hand?
I have an issue with Plesk and Awstats not building the html pages for website statistics. Problem is server-wide i.e. it effects all domains.
I've tried to manually run the /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/statistics with every possible options but all that happens is that awstats calculates new stats to the vhosts /var/www/vhosts/system/domain.tld/statistics/webstat/awstatsMMYYYY.domain.tld-http.txt file.
Nothing is put into the /var/www/vhosts/system/domain.tld/statistics/webstat/YYYY-MM folder which should contain the static html pages.
Code: # ll /var/www/vhosts/system/<domain.tld>/statistics/webstat total 80 drwxr-xr-x 4 root root 4096 Nov 5 10:58 ./ dr-xr-x--- 6 root psaserv 4096 Oct 23 12:36 ../ drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Oct 23 13:12 2014-10/
I was able to create the static pages by running Awstats directly:
So things I have already checked: - Awstat paths in /etc/psa/psa.conf are correct - Domain configs are ok as awstat can create the stats data and awstats_buildstaticpages.pl can can create the pages just fine - File permissions are ok
I just cannot figure what the problem is. /usr/local/psa/admin/sbin/statistics doesn't give any errors but on the other hand it doesn't have a debug option either which might be useful.
Depending on where u are at on my site (documents pages, training, main root, etc.) will depend on which type of background, footer, header and the like you'll get. Now I was thinking. Is there a way to have multiple error messages for more then one page depending on where you are at on a site? Right now it's intranet site and a modded snitz forum. What is the code and were does it go and in which apache conf file(s) does it go in?