[SATLUG] OT? Accessibility issue (I think).
astro at astr0.org
Fri Aug 22 18:11:58 CDT 2008
That message is exactly what it says. He's trying to list the contents of the web directory without having that setting enabled in IIS.
If he's not trying to do a directory listing have him add home.cfm as the default document in IIS's settings. Alternatively, he can create a simple index.html or default.asp or default.aspx have and do a redirect to home.cfm. Though a 301 isn't ideal if he cares about his page rank/seo.
As someone else mentioned, this belongs on a windows list, its a windows problem. Though if you need help, let me know off list. I'd be glad to try my best to walk you through the process.
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From: "Ernest De Leon" <edeleonjr at gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Aug 2008 15:28:37
To: The San Antonio Linux User's Group Mailing List<satlug at satlug.org>
Subject: Re: [SATLUG] OT? Accessibility issue (I think).
My guess would be that much like in Apache where you define your directory
index file types, home.cfm is not a valid index file type for the server and
thus is not defaulted to.
2008/8/22 Don Crowder <donguitar at gmail.com>
> A friend of mine has this website:
> If I try to access the site without the home.cfm appended I get an error
> To simplify, when I attempt to visit the following URL, using Firefox on my
> Debian Etch system...
> ...I get the following error message:
> Directory Listing Denied
> This Virtual Directory does not allow contents to be listed.
> Can anyone tell me
> 1. Why I'm getting the error?
> 2. What they can do about it?
> 3. How many other potential site visitors are
> likely to be affected by the problem?
> Thanks in advance,
> Don Crowder
> A proud user of Debian Etch w/KDE.
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