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    Hello Support Team

    My forum folder permission had gone to 0000 and now

    You don't have permission to access /vb5/ on this server.
    Server unable to read htaccess file, denying access to be safe

    Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

    forum link

    I cant change folder permission .

    i am also disabled Mod_securtiy before forum forbidden and also added the

     <IfModule mod_security.c>
        SecFilterEngine Off    
        SecFilterScanPOST Off

    on my .htaccess i am attached the printscreen of my forum folder to see permission

    already contact host and he tell me vbulletin issues

    all my folder in hosting space working fine except vb5 ( forum folder )

    hope to solve my problem
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    Last edited by Gsm-Sudan; Sat 1 Dec '18, 10:57am.

  • #2
    What is it you're trying to access within that folder? It says its contents total 4kb, which is probably an index file and nothing else.

    There is a folder within the /core directory with the same name. That folder contains another folder and twenty PHP files. Its contents far exceed 4kb.


    • Gsm-Sudan
      Gsm-Sudan commented
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      My vb5 folder is a main forum folder
      I know about another vb5 inside core but my problem with a main forum folder
      You can see my forum link

  • #3
    Folder permissions is something you would be better contacting your host about. vBulletin itself doesn't control these.

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    • Gsm-Sudan
      Gsm-Sudan commented
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      Already contact host he said he dont have any problem
      Can you seggiest who can solve it

    • Mark.B
      Mark.B commented
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      Well the host DOES have a problem, since it's a server permissions error.
      Tell them they need to solve it, or find a competent host.

      vBulletin does not control this, it is for your host to resolve.

  • #4
    In addition to the issue about file permissions, you're missing just about the entire vBulletin system. vBulletin is a large system. A default install is about 42 Megabytes
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