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iFolder on OES2 default page

Dear all

We just installed iFolder on a OES2 Linux server.
What do we have to chnage that the users will be automatically redirected to
http://myserver/ifolder when the enter http://myserver ?
The idea is that the user doesn't see any Novell Admin pages.

Thank you
Werner

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Re: iFolder on OES2 default page

Werner Henz,
> What do we have to chnage that the users will be automatically redirected to
> http://myserver/ifolder when the enter http://myserver ?
> The idea is that the user doesn't see any Novell Admin pages.
>

For all users? Just change the doc root in httpd.conf

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Re: iFolder on OES2 default page

Werner Henz wrote:

> Dear all
>
> We just installed iFolder on a OES2 Linux server.
> What do we have to chnage that the users will be automatically
> redirected to http://myserver/ifolder when the enter http://myserver
> ? The idea is that the user doesn't see any Novell Admin pages.


Just to add to Anders' comment you can also use a 302 redirect in the
apache conf.

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Cheers,
Edward
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