Monday 28 June 2010 10:39:52 am - 5 replies
I am struggling with a strange problem on a website I just installed, with ezmultipload extension.
When one tries to upload several files from a network folder via the ezmultipload extension, an active directory authentication pop up appears and the upload fails.
The pop up only appears with firefox and not with internet explorer.
Has anyone experienced this kind of problem ?
I read on the extension project page that "Because of Flash limitations, the uploader does not support basic authentication.". Is this limitation the cause of the problem ?
Has anyone found a workaround ?
Thank you for your answers.
Thursday 15 July 2010 5:25:29 pm
Well I think no solution really exists.
I just told my client to use Internet explorer or to copy files locally before uploading them with firefox.
Anyway, firefox + Active Directory right management = a lot of problems, so I think it's no use struggling with this and we just have to accept it.
Thursday 15 July 2010 7:01:33 pm
- I presume that you got your firefox integration with ad correct, right (ie. enabling kerberos support in firefox)? Btw, are you using ad to protect the eZ?
- ad is not 'basic auth', but 'ntlm' auth. even harder to support for flash than baisc auth is
- does it work if the files are local on the pc before upload?
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