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jacksun



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PostPosted: Sun Oct 17, 2004 8:16 pm    Post subject: Web Reports Reply with quote

Hi, one other quick question...I am generating an uptime report and writing it to \hostmonitor4\webservice subdirectory as a .htm file. I have tried placing the file in the logs, reports and root directories also but I cannot get this report to come up in Internet Explorer (unless I double click the file in explorer) using the URL for accessing the hostmonitor interface.
For example http://servername will get me the web interface but I cannot see my uptime report at http://servername/uptime.htm or http://servername/logs/uptime.htm or http://servername/reports/uptime.htm or http://servername/examples/uptime.htm or http://servername/misc/uptime.htm

Using webservice advanced I have allowed access to \reports folder for everyone.

What am I missing?

Thanks Heaps,
Wayne
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 17, 2004 11:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote from the manual
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Allow access to folder <path to folder> for everybody
You may enable an access to a specified folder (and all subfolders) for anybody who uses web browser and is connected to Internet/Intranet. Anybody on the Internet/Intranet will be able to access this folder without authorization.
Regardless of the real name of the shared folder on your computer it will be visible under the name "public". For example if Web Service is running on the machine hostmonitor.mycompany.com then to access the shared folder you should use this URL: "http://hostmonitor.mycompany.com/public/" (if the name of the of the target file or folder is not specified then the closing "/" should always be present in url string).

Allow access to folder <path to folder> for any authorized user
You may enable an access to a specified folder (and all subfolders) for authorized users only. The user account with remote access permissions should be present in HostMonitor. When the user will try to access this folder via internet he will be asked to provide his user name and a password.
Regardless of the real name of the shared folder in the computer it will be visible under the name "authorized". For example if Web Service is running on the machine hostmonitor.mycompany.com then to access the shared folder you should use this URL: "http://hostmonitor.mycompany.com/authorized/" (if the name of the target file or folder is not specified then the closing "/" should always be present in url string).

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Alex
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