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Topic is Open I am running LanSuite202 and eDock, with Macs and XP. I can log in to eDock operate it without a problem from the LAN side. I can connect to LanSuite and administer it over the Web, but cannot connect to eDock over the Web from Mac or XP-- can't even get to the login page. I have opened ports 5000-5003 on my firewall and reinstalled eDock. I'm having no success. Any help, please? Cant connect to edock over Web
by John Davis
2 Fri Nov 28 2003
10:50:58 PM (EST)
Topic is Open I try to place a simple search for a html file with 1-keyword without success. The files are placed in the public directory. Any advice ? Search Cannot find HTML file content.
by Wilson Leong
0 Tue May 13 2003
6:38:04 AM (EST)
Topic is Open I have installed various eDock clients on different computers. Apparently, the link Add to eDock is only added to MSIE when the English version of Explorer is used. On non-English versions, whereby Links is translated into the local equivalent word, the extra link does not appear.

Any suggestions? No Add to eDock link in non-English MSIE
by Roel Vanderheide
2 Wed May 28 2003
9:57:04 AM (EST)
Topic is Open Error:
WbicCopyToCache() failed with status: Cannot save source document 

This error happen when I try to open documents or graphics on my browser when I am in edock folder structure. WbicCopyToCache() failed
by Carlos Nascimento
4 Fri May 9 2003
4:09:20 AM (EST)
Topic is Open I srill have the same problem after editing the registry values.

There is another problem that I need help with. When I open my browser to log in to eDock server (URL: http://server IP address/edock) I get a page with the following content:

Dir: edock/
 Thu Apr 24 11:20:02 2003          0 SETUP
 Thu Apr 24 11:20:04 2003          0 ICONS

Any solutions? eDock001
by Pieter Doorewward
1 Wed May 7 2003
2:51:23 AM (EST)
Topic is Open eDock001 - No document store found. I can login using the webinteface but the client doesn't work. The icon on my desktop doesn't have a server name after the : sign ie. eDock(server:) I have the same problem
by J├Ârgen Sundberg
1 Wed May 7 2003
4:01:58 PM (EST)
Topic is Open Hi,

When Itry to log in via the edock client I get this error: edock001
no edock document stores found.

What could be the problem? edock001 error
by Pieter Doorewward
7 Sat Nov 1 2003
6:18:02 AM (EST)
Topic is Open What ports should be open to allow remote access to eDock from the Windows Client through a firewall? Firewall ports
by Antonio Paneiro
4 Thu Apr 24 2003
5:51:47 PM (EST)
Topic is Open Hello all,
I just installed the edock client on my win2k PC but I cant connect to the edock server right next to me on the LAN.  I can access the web interface with Internet Explorer but not using the Edock client.  I get the error 
No Edock document Store Found

The Edock server Drop down is greyed out as well

Magnus Edock client on Win 2000
by Magnuus Hjorliefsson
6 Tue May 6 2003
3:19:54 PM (EST)
Topic is Open When I display a native MS Powerpoint file via eDock through the eDock Viewing panel, as opposed to a separate IE6 window, I have no obvious way to return to the eDock folders display window.
The IE6 'BACK' button does not seem to do anything.

It also seems that the default method of display on any file is to open a new window as opposed to viewing in-line.
This appears to not hold true if using the search option when the file is then displayed in the in-line viewer.
This also seems to be not true when using IE6 in full screen mode.

Is there a setting that controls this behaviour?

Are there some settings that can affect how presentations are displayed?

IE6 and MS PowerPoint, etc.
by Darryl Wightman
1 Wed Apr 16 2003
3:10:15 PM (EST)
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