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Navigation Suite(All in ONE)v1.3.4 & Skins
jansiem s (12) says... 5 5.0

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posted on 12/19/2010
Dynamic Forms 6.0
jansiem s (12) says... 5 5.0

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posted on 12/19/2010
Bulk User Manager 2.7
jansiem s (12) says... 5 5.0

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posted on 12/19/2010
Dynamic Registration 4.0
jansiem s (12) says... 4 4.0

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posted on 12/19/2010
Dynamic Views
jansiem s (12) says... 4 4.0

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posted on 12/19/2010
Data Springs Collection 8.0
jansiem s (12) says... 4 4.0

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posted on 12/19/2010
BackupScript 3.0.5 for DNN4/5 & GoDaddy - DotNetNuke backup and restore
jansiem s (12) says... 1 1.0

user icon On a new box with a new 2008 r2 installation and dnn was setup default with WebPlatform Installer, the product simply is unable to restore. Reaction from the helpdesk : The error is “CREATE DATABASE permission denied”. This is ‘outside’ the module. This permission has to be configured on the Database server. If you don’t ‘own’ the database server (ISP / hosted site) you cannot fix it. You should ask them to grant this permission. Most probably they will say ‘no’. If this is the case, instead of ‘native’, you should try a ‘script’ kind of database backup & restore.

posted on 9/9/2010
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user icon You are wrong in all ways. Let us explain this again: If you want native backup/restore (which is the best 1:1 backup option); the proper file system permissions must be granted in the file system and the proper permissions must be granted on the SQL SERVER for the user/credentials under which both server processes (your IIS web application and SQL Server) are running. THE APPLICATION SIMPLY DOES NOT HAVE THE OPERATING SYSTEM (WINDOWS) and SQL SERVER RIGHTS/PERMISSIONS TO DO THIS FOR YOU. THIS IS OUTSIDE OF WHAT THE APPLICATION IS ALLOWED TO SEE (SCOPE / SECURITY CONTEXT). If you configure this properly, it will work fine, same as it works for many users using this same configuration. If you don't know how to configure YOUR server, as it was said before, you can always configure 'script' kind of backup and no file system permission or anything else (sql server configuration) will be required. You are also wrong about the 'reaction from help desk'. We've provided you information about how YOU can configure YOUR server. This was 1 MONTH AGO (Tuesday, August 10, 2010 3:08 PM) AND WE'VE GOT NO REPLY FROM YOU: "Hello, These posts regarding SQL Server configuration would help: You are wrong in all ways. Let us explain this agai- You are wrong in all ways. Let us explain this agai- master-an-atte You are wrong in all ways. Let us explain this agai- ate-database-permission.html You are wrong in all ways. Let us explain this agai- You are wrong in all ways. Let us explain this agai- You are wrong in all ways. Let us explain this agai- -vista.html You are wrong in all ways. Let us explain this agai- You are wrong in all ways. Let us explain this agai- -my-fix.aspx Thanks, Evotiva Support" If you still don't understand (or you was expecting from us free training about how to setup and configuring windows server and sql server), instead of posting WRONG information ('unable to restore') one month after our reply (which you haven't answered), you can ask for support again and will can try to point you to more articles about how you should properly configure your server. ALTERNATIVELY, AS IT WAS SUGGESTED YOU CAN SIMPLY CONFIGURE 'SCRIPT' BACKUPS AND THERE WILL BE NO NEED TO CONFIGURE THEM. You should understand that the module cannot setup and configure Windows or SQL Server for you. This module, as any web application needs them already running and properly configured.