If you go to a catalog you have no access to, you get a msgbox that says you have no access, when you try to view the file, but you still can edit them. If you dont have access you should, not have the possbility to browse edit, and view, now you can do everything except viewing the file.
Tom Chr Ugland
10/16/2001 2:49 PM
The dialog box says "no web access" not "no access". This means that the file you are trying to open is not accessible by a web browser. You can edit that file because the script has access to the file content by the help of filesystem object. For example you will not have web access to "c:\folder" if your web root is "c:\inetpub\wwwroot". This is about how the web server works not WebExplorer.
10/17/2001 10:05 AM