rkatcher Absent Member.
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New to iFolder 3 and frustrated

I've set up my first linux based OES server and I'm trying to get
iFolder working on it. I can use a web browser to go to iManager on the
server and log in with the admin user account. When I try to go to the
iFolder management console, I get an iFolder Administration login
screen. I try to use the same admin login (whose password I am very sure
of) and I keep getting the message "The username or password you entered
is incorrect. Please log in." Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?
Thanks.
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rkatcher Absent Member.
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Re: New to iFolder 3 and frustrated

On 11/3/2010 3:06 PM, Bob Katcher wrote:
> I've set up my first linux based OES server and I'm trying to get
> iFolder working on it. I can use a web browser to go to iManager on the
> server and log in with the admin user account. When I try to go to the
> iFolder management console, I get an iFolder Administration login
> screen. I try to use the same admin login (whose password I am very sure
> of) and I keep getting the message "The username or password you entered
> is incorrect. Please log in." Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?
> Thanks.


Still stuck here...no one has any ideas on how I can get logged in? It's
sure going to be hard for me to move to this version of iFolder.
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danielharrigan Absent Member.
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Re: New to iFolder 3 and frustrated

Having the same issue with one of my client PC's as well any help will be appreciated.
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: New to iFolder 3 and frustrated

So do you mean that from some PC's you CAN login to iFolder as Admin but
from one specific PC you can't ?
So - maybe it is a caching issue on the PC ?
Mark

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danielharrigan Absent Member.
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Re: New to iFolder 3 and frustrated

I have several users on the new client. But a few users will not work with any login. The web access works but the client access does not.
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rkatcher Absent Member.
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Seeking a good Samaritan

There doesn't seem to be any help coming to resolve the issue I have.
Therefore, tomorrow I will start over from scratch to try and get a
working installation. Is there anyone out there who would volunteer to
assist me with answers to questions as they arise during the
installation? What I need is to get responses to questions within an
hour or two, not days. Or perhaps I should be asking if there is
somewhere else I should be seeking this help.
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On 11/3/2010 3:06 PM, Bob Katcher wrote:
> I've set up my first linux based OES server and I'm trying to get
> iFolder working on it. I can use a web browser to go to iManager on the
> server and log in with the admin user account. When I try to go to the
> iFolder management console, I get an iFolder Administration login
> screen. I try to use the same admin login (whose password I am very sure
> of) and I keep getting the message "The username or password you entered
> is incorrect. Please log in." Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?
> Thanks.


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