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"Access denied"?? never before

Engaged ,
Jan 05, 2018

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I put up a small zip file for some one to download,

like ALWAYS and forever, but SUDDENLY today,

the client gets "access denied" so what should

i do?   Never before.

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"Access denied"?? never before

Engaged ,
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I put up a small zip file for some one to download,

like ALWAYS and forever, but SUDDENLY today,

the client gets "access denied" so what should

i do?   Never before.

V 18.0 build 10136

Thanks anyone

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This isn't a Dreamweaver problem.

It's something going on between the file you uploaded, your server and the end user who is trying to access it.

I would start with the file and the server permission settings.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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Can you access the file yourself from a browser?

If not, verify the file name and location (down to the case structure) and if you still can't access it, talk to your hosting company, they may have inadvertently changed something.

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I can access the file just like always.  I've never adjusted

server permission settings, nor know how to.

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To me, "access denied", sounds like the client is trying to reach a program without having the proper credentials/permission.

If your remote site is hosted on a Unix/Linux system, then, In Dreamweaver, go to the remote directory and right click the file/direcory and adjust the File Access Properties to suit.

If your site is hosted on a Windows system, then use the Plesk, or similar, panel to change the permissions.


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