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Posted: 04 September 2007 at 10:00am | IP Logged Quote webmaven

Is it possible to allow a directory where users can register?  The data is then saved in the database?  If not do you know of software that would work with your software that would allow this.

Here is what we are doing.  We want people to have the ability to upload images. (I found software to do this) but we want people to register so we can get email addresses.  Of course we will let them know that we would add the email address to our email database.  But I would then want to use your software to prevent anyone from accessing the upload area other then registered users.

Here are the registration issues that I see:

1. New user Registration and password (not and existing member).  Give permission for that directory only! No access any where but here.

2. An existing member of another part of the web site (paid member) to allow access to this section in addition to the regular member section.  I don't have a problem if they have to register on this page to activate access to this directory I would rather they did.

Is it possible for your software to do this?

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Posted: 05 September 2007 at 5:59am | IP Logged Quote administrator

All configuration of IISKeeper (users, restricted folders, user rights) is in configuration database. (by default filterdata.mdb). You can superstruct any functionality yourself. Also you can extend database structure as you need. When you change the database, IISKeeper picks up the changes automatically.

Your task is very specific and I think that you need to create additional Web interface for user self-registering.

Also we will think. Maybe it have a sense to extend functions of IISKeeper in this area.



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Posted: 05 September 2007 at 10:42am | IP Logged Quote webmaven

Oleg;

Thanks for the info.  Not being a programmer will make this diffucult but that will not stop me.

As for expanding IISkeeper in this area in my oppinion would make sence allowing sections of the web site the ability to let users register.

I have just started looking and I don't see many products do what IISkeeper does and have user registration.

I will keep checking back for new developments and will let you know what I come up with.

Thank you;
Raymond

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