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  • #61
    Originally posted by blade00 View Post
    thank you but also this code doesn't work on my site, the hoster says that It's not a redirect issue, I think I'll never solve it.
    Just a thought....you haven't set any URLs in either of the two config files have you?
    There are some URL settings in there, but they should always be left untouched. Changing them (unless instructed by us) can cause peculiar issues.
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    • #62
      I just followed the instruction for vbulletin installation, I'm not expert enough for modifing a php file, thanks

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      • #63
        this address: https://www.fiattipoclub.it/auth/log...RpcG9jbHViLml0
        works when I have redirect disabled and http enabled. It doesn't work If I activate the redirect to https and I change urls by adding "s"

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        • #64
          If you can get a support ticket raised and let me know when it's done, I'm happy to have a quick scout around to see if we can sort this, as long as you can do it pretty much straight away.

          I will need:

          Forum admincp login credentials
          FTP access
          Server control panel (eg cPanel, Plesk etc)

          I will have a quick look round and see if there's anything obvious.

          Ideally need logins set to English if possible.

          Please post back when you've raised the ticket, I can then find it on your account.
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          • #65
            just done, thank you

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            • #66
              Ok I will have a play. Obviously I'll need to turn https on and off so there may be some short periods of disruption.
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              • #67
                no problem, thanks

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                • #68
                  Done a lot of work on this which is too long winded to detail here, however by hook or by crook we've got it working.

                  I have followed up in full detail in the ticket....it would make a rather good book.
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                  • #69
                    Mark B. Can you please take a look at my ticket
                    Ticketid: 1653216


                    Basically I did only the first one: 'vBulletin URL' I did not change anything else...is that the root of the problem? Now I cannot access ACP and seems like no one can login.

                    Go to vBulletin Options > vBulletin Options > Site Name / URL / Contact Details.
                    Edit these three settings: 'vBulletin URL'; 'Login URL'; 'Core URL' and add the 's' into the URL.
                    For example, if your URL is http://www.contoso.com/forum, change it to https://www.contoso.com/forum
                    NOTE: Do not remove the word 'core' at the end of the core URL. You will break your site!

                    Then go to Settings > Options > Server Settings & Optimization Options > Use Remote jQuery
                    Set this to Google.

                    The key to all three vBulletin versions is that all you do in the URL settings is change http to https. Do not alter any other part of the URL.

                    Once you have changed these settings, go to AdminCP > Maintenance > General Update Tools, and rebuild the styles. (In vB3 this is AdminCP > Maintenance > Update Counters). Leave the default settings and just run this update tool.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by MDawg View Post
                      Mark B. Can you please take a look at my ticket
                      Ticketid: 1653216


                      Basically I did only the first one: 'vBulletin URL' I did not change anything else...is that the root of the problem? Now I cannot access ACP and seems like no one can login.

                      Go to vBulletin Options > vBulletin Options > Site Name / URL / Contact Details.
                      Edit these three settings: 'vBulletin URL'; 'Login URL'; 'Core URL' and add the 's' into the URL.
                      For example, if your URL is http://www.contoso.com/forum, change it to https://www.contoso.com/forum
                      NOTE: Do not remove the word 'core' at the end of the core URL. You will break your site!

                      Then go to Settings > Options > Server Settings & Optimization Options > Use Remote jQuery
                      Set this to Google.

                      The key to all three vBulletin versions is that all you do in the URL settings is change http to https. Do not alter any other part of the URL.

                      Once you have changed these settings, go to AdminCP > Maintenance > General Update Tools, and rebuild the styles. (In vB3 this is AdminCP > Maintenance > Update Counters). Leave the default settings and just run this update tool.
                      Yes you need all three changed. You will need to correct this using tools.php:

                      1) Upload /core/install
                      2) Upload tools.php in your do_not_upload directory to /core/admincp
                      3) Run /core/admincp/tools.php in your browser and enter your customer number
                      4) Go to Other Tools > Location of Website
                      5) Enter the correct URL, make sure the core URL option is ticked, and save
                      6) Verify that the site loads ok
                      7) Delete /core/admincp/tools.php
                      8) Delete /core/install
                      9) Verify that the admincp works ok, WITHOUT /core/ in the URL

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                      • #71
                        Thank you very much Mark, I really appreciate your job!

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by Mark.B View Post

                          Yes you need all three changed. You will need to correct this using tools.php:

                          1) Upload /core/install
                          2) Upload tools.php in your do_not_upload directory to /core/admincp
                          3) Run /core/admincp/tools.php in your browser and enter your customer number
                          4) Go to Other Tools > Location of Website
                          5) Enter the correct URL, make sure the core URL option is ticked, and save
                          6) Verify that the site loads ok
                          7) Delete /core/admincp/tools.php
                          8) Delete /core/install
                          9) Verify that the admincp works ok, WITHOUT /core/ in the URL
                          Trying. My admincp is password protected directory and for some reason cannot get into it via
                          /core/admincp/tools.php
                          no matter how many times I enter the correct username/PW.

                          (I AM able to access the password protected directory via
                          /core/admincp
                          but not via /core/admincp/tools.php )

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                          • #73
                            Try using /admincp/tools.php. Can you access it that way?
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                            • #74
                              I think you can put tools.php into install directory and go to /core/install/itools.php by browser

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                              • #75
                                Okay I removed the PW protection for the directories for now, accessed. I followed all those steps.

                                However, still there is something strange going on, as although I can access ACP via direct
                                /core/admincp/
                                if I am logged into the site and click on the admincp, it does not work, still get 401 missing error.

                                So, rather than mess with it, I reverted all three to http (NOT https) and I basically have the same thing going on as was described in this thread if I try to change the three URLs to https - inability to login.


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