I am maintaining an ASP website and the users want to be able to click on a link that open up a folder where they could select which file they want from within that folder.
I tried to making a link with the tag <a href=[folderpath]>Text</a> but I can a 403 HTTP error saying that the website requires a login for this action. Is there some way that I could send the person's credentials along with the request so the folder can be opened?
So, I have a webForm that has an ImageButton. This ImageButton has to open a file (said file is uploaded by the user in another web form. The file is saved to \serverNamefiles; it can be a doc file, pdf file, excel file).
So this ImageButton should open said file as you normally would. It works on debug, however when I publish my site, and run it from my localhost, it doesn't open the file. When I click the ImageButton it just does the postback and nothing happens.
The code for the ImageButton is just:
fileName has the full path of the file I want to open, in this case it has: \serverNamefilesmyFile.pdf
Im trying out the Hudson Continuous Integration. After the build is executed i want to copy the content of the ReleaseBuild to another website on the server.This should be possible i guess but i cant seem figure it out.I know this can be done in nAnt and msbuild but i need to make Hudson do it, eg plugin or something.
I want to create a folder to store some web controls, so the site structure doesn't have a zillion files in the root.
Except that if I create an ordinary folder, that folder is also visible on the web site. MSDN said you cannot put it in App_Code, and it doesn't really make sense to put it in other special folder like App_Data or App_Theme.
I have a folder with png images that are not shared or public (the folder is outside my application folder). Now I want my users to be able to view thoose images only if they are logged in (different users, different images). All images have a name that correspond to the users id. My idea is to stream thoose images into the asp:Image control, is that possible? How do I do that? Other (better) solutions?
My web.comfig file in the webserver is encrypted . I want to do a change to the config file. While I'm trying to decrypt from the command prompt on the server using following command. "aspnet_regiis -pd "appSettings" -app "/AppName" I endup with the following error message. Failed to decrypt using provider 'CustomProvider'. Error message from the provider: The RSA key container could not be opened. The RSA key container could not be opened. Failed! The same command has been working in other environments except in my servers. Also I'm using web forms and I tried the same in both the servers. I have gone through all websites but no use.
I have a WebApplication1 running in a port (let's say 4000) and I'm trying to build a website (WebSite1), running on IIS, that is running on the same server. I have no control over the WebApplication1, it's a packaged software, WebSite1 is built by me.
The WebSite1 will do a custom user validation and then will let the user access the WebApplication1:4000 under the impersonated user under which the website is running, not the user in the client machine. Sort of like changing the user in the session.
I have a Google Document in the following path.[URL] Once i click on the link i am directed to a page where google asks for the username/password of the above document.I had created a test username/password in gmail.which i can send to you all email@example.com and the password being usgbcpassword. I hav a button click event wherein i need to open the above link bypassing google asking for username and password.I should be able to hardcode the username and password in the button click event.
I have a web page where I am denying anonymous users from accessing. In the web site I have a folder called FileManager. In the web app the usres have the ability to uploaded files and when they do a folder gets created under the filmanger and the files are saved. I have created a web.config in this folder that denies anonymous users. The problem is if the user knows the directory structure they can type in the url of the site add /FilManager/x/x/NameOfFile, where x are the sub directories. If the file is an image it shows the image in ie, if it is a .xls or .doc or what ever they get the prompt to either download or save the file. What am I doing wrong. Will the web.config file not stop an anonymous user from access files? I put a webpage in the folder and it is blocked and the user gets sent to the login screen, but files seem to be unsecured.
How do I block anonymous users from being able to access the files in this folder?
I am creating an application hosted on GoDaddy.com. The base files are kept in a folder called /sky while the Admin files and User files are kept in /sky/Admin and /sky/User respectively. I'm having difficulty configuring the security so that when a user tries to access Admin or User files they should be redirected to the login.aspx file in the /sky folder. I keep getting an error that its trying to access sky/sky/login.aspx instead of just sky/login.aspx.
Here are the relevant sections of my web.config file.
I have a c# website project in visual studio 2010, and all of my .aspx pages are currently being stored in a ~/Forms directory. The problem is that when I want to go to any web pages, they are all prefixed with "http://localhost:000/Forms/", when what I really want is "http://localhost:000/". So, "http://localhost:000/AboutUs.aspx" instead of "http://localhost:000/Forms/AboutUs.aspx". What is the preferred way to deal with a situation like this? I don't want to rig anything up.
On our website, we have an application within our website. The following is the folder structure:
website1 (main website) bin directory1 website2(an application) bin directory2 webconfig2 webconfig1
There are other folders under each of the main folders which contain other pages, images, etc.
We're trying to upgrade the website and are encountering some difficulties. We want to remove the website2 from the main website to see it it's causing the problem.
However, we cannot remove the bin folder and so we can't remove the website2 folder. We've been able to delete everything but the bin folder itself. We've tried downing the website and the application pool but we still get the 'access denied' error message.
I have asp.net website which when published using build > publish website option in VS2010 and even when checking omit debug information option in website publish window,published folder still contains pdb files is there a way to avoid this behavior?.
In context of an ASP.NET Website project, is it possible to create a second location where DLLs will be picked up from, in addition to the regular bin/ location and apart from the GAC? I expect such a feature would be made possible by the configuration.
I created a soultion and used membership for login and I have the site working fine you can log in and out and I can see that my roles are working. I created a folder called Admin and I created a webpage in there that I can edit my data table that I wanted to be able to edit when I am logged in as a user with Admin role thats working... well it works...
anyone can get to this webpage and edit my data. I have it set in the membership using the role managment to deny users * and allow users with Admin role however I can open up a new browser with out login into my site and type in the web information and it pops right up says Welcome:Guest [LOGIN] theres my data and I can edit it see do whatever and this page shouldn't be able to be seen.
Is it possible to add some security rules for files inside a folder with session value, as with impersonate settings in a config.web file? Right now i restrict my pages with sessions value, but can't obviously not do it for downloaded file like .zip, .doc, .ppx etc.