Last post May 24, 2006 01:12 PM by jillymc
Nov 17, 2005 10:54 AM|RMASSEY1|LINK
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Dec 02, 2005 04:55 AM|Bonavox|LINK
I have experienced the same problem, and found no solution :(
Dec 13, 2005 09:30 AM|Bonavox|LINK
Found a solution for my part. Set the time-zone to be identical to the portal time-zone. Now admins in the child portals can work without being logged out.
Jan 24, 2006 04:24 PM|Eiriks|LINK
I have the very same problem, but using DNN 3.2. My problem is with child portals. I've tested a bit and found the following:
Anyone found a solution? The time-zone solution does not work for me (I have the same timezone for both portal and users).
Jan 25, 2006 06:14 PM|Eiriks|LINK
I think I might have found the source of the problem, at least my problem.
At my Home page, I have an article module. Pictures attached to articles are stored under Root. When a logged in user enters the home page, it tries to load these pictures from Root and for some reason I'm still to understand, IE will now allow this, discardes
the session cokkie and will not show the picture. If the user is also defined at Root though, it will work.
My workaround was to attach the pictures directly inline with the articles text instead of as an attachment to the article. This way, the picture is stored on the sub portals filearea and not root.
Jan 26, 2006 08:02 PM|paskettj|LINK
DITTO! Sorry, but thank you for having the problem too! I have posted twice with no success. If we squeak loud enough maybe someone will hear us. Here are my two contributions to the subject that you can add to your list of watched threads. If you find
more add them se we all can click to see which on receives the wonderful prize of a resolution!
May 24, 2006 01:12 PM|jillymc|LINK
Aha! This was the clue that 'fixed' my similar problem, but with a different module and with DNN 3.2.2.
I had installed a dotnetjedi counter on a child portal and noticed that sometimes the images of the digits were not displayed and gave the red X. That was an aggravation, but not fatal. However, at the same time, users suddenly had to repeatedly login
again when trying to navigate the site. That was a MAJOR aggravation.
The problem of being logged off was not limited just to tabs with 10 or more modules, it occurred with any number.
I deleted the dotnetjedi counter and the login problem immediately resolved.
So, maybe the common thread with some of these repeated login issues is related to the images.