If you are getting a 403 when you first connect, it must be that you are
not connecting from the local machine. You need to first connect from a
browser on the same machine. Once the setup assistant runs and you set
the admin username and password, you can start administering remotely.
That much should work... Being that it is running on port 1220 and uses
completely different directories to serve files from
should have absolutely nothing to do with Apache also running on the
We've not encountered a 403 error before, so if you can provide more
details, or if you're able to reproduce the problem, please let us know.
HI, I installed new Darwin preview 2 on Redhat 7.1, and now I get an
403 error when I try to go to the Admin page. It was working with
preview 1 fine.
I stopped all the DSS services and did an ./Install I did not get
any errors and the processes are running and there is something
listening on port :1220 but it cannot get the admin page to come
up. Could there be some setting in Apache that is not pointing to
the files? or to the files at port :1220?