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Random CMS Forbidden error


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Briohny

19 June 2009 at 5:55am Community Member, 199 Posts

I've checked all the permissions and they all seem ok. It couldn't really be a permission problem could it?... because you can still log in randomly. Quite possibl a domain cookie thing... but how do i check/change this?

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one2gamble

23 June 2009 at 2:52am Community Member, 30 Posts

I just read through this, I cant help but I am having the exact same issues

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Briohny

23 June 2009 at 4:00am Community Member, 199 Posts

Unfortunately nobody has been able to help. I still haven't resolved the issue and are now looking at changing to a different hosting company. I would prefer not to as my client wants to stay where he is, however nobody on the forum is providing any answers. Very disappointing :(

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Fuzz10

23 June 2009 at 4:36am Community Member, 787 Posts

Yeah , it is very odd. First time I had this problem. Still trying to figure it out...

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one2gamble

23 June 2009 at 5:19am Community Member, 30 Posts

I wouldnt doubt it is some sort of cookie or connection issue.

Consider these

SS wont even let me into the admin panel unless I click the remember me box, then it will randomly log me out for no real reason.

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Briohny

23 June 2009 at 6:07am Community Member, 199 Posts

I know the frustration! I've asked my hosting company about cookies and connections but they're about as useful as a hole in the head!

One main thing that Fuzz10 and I have in common, is that we both had our sites originally on a sub-directory before moving it to the root directory. Is this the case with you one2gamble??

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one2gamble

23 June 2009 at 7:49am Community Member, 30 Posts

Mine is actually still sitting in a sub directory. I plan on moving it later this week or possibly this afternoon to see if it makes a difference.

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Briohny

23 June 2009 at 7:59am Community Member, 199 Posts

Yeah i figured. It definitely seems to be connected to the sub level. When i moved it to the root directory however, i was still experiencing the same problem... which led me to believe it could be a caching problem. So i asked my host to move my site to a completely new/fresh server... but with no luck. I'm stumped!