Last post Dec 17, 2005 01:25 PM by dstruve
Dec 16, 2005 02:29 AM|mark_c|LINK
I have a DNN installation on a godaddy hosting account, I would like to turn on cookies so users can stay logged in, the problem is I can't see the folder via FTP. is there any way to update this file without going through FTP (this file does not show in
file manager either) I have emailed godaddy support to request access to the folder where the DNN files are kept (\portals) but they refuse to give access to it. Their suggestion is that I do a manual install off DNN which would give me the access I am requesting.
The 1 click install is version 3.1.0
My site is live and working good I would just like to add some feature to it I would hate to lose all of my work.
Now for my questions.
1. is there any way to update web.config via file manager even though I can't see it?
2. If I do a Manual install, is there any way to transfer my data and users to the new install?
(I can't see the database either)
Thanks in advance for any help.
Dec 16, 2005 10:22 AM|dstruve|LINK
Listen, if you dont have FTP running, in the long run, its going to be a drag. I suggest getting that working and if you can, get out of your contract with godaddy and get a read host.
check out www.whreviews.com for a list hosts. also teh mothership
www.dotnetnuke.com has a review of hosts on its site.
Dec 17, 2005 12:02 PM|mark_c|LINK
Thanks for the response, ubfortunately this does not help me. I am happy with Godaddy service except for not having access to my folder where DNN lives(because of the 1 click install). I do have access to everything else via FTP just not this folder. If
I were to change to another provider I would still be in the same situation of having to rebuild everything. Just like if I were to do a Manual install of DNN on my Godaddy account.
Dec 17, 2005 01:25 PM|dstruve|LINK