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Vanilla on an intranet

edited July 2009 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I'm using the following structure: domain.com/user/forum . However if you login on one instance of Vanilla, you're logged into all of them with whatever ID matches the account you logged in to originally. For example, in my setup all admins (the owner of said directory) have seperate logins on each, however if I login as say eric on domain.com/eric/forum, (user id: 1) and then simply change eric to another username, I'll be logged in as user id: 1 on that install. Is there some additional check that could be made?

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    i think ye has to change the cookie path. Maybe in account settings on yur board change it to domain.com/sub
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    I tried that, same result.
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    is it OK to use vanilla on the intranet?
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    I'm trying to use Vanilla on a local intranet and it's not working. Is there some reason it wouldn't work on a local server? When trying to get to the initial setup (http://domainname/intranet/forum/) I just get the error:

    Directory Listing Denied
    This Virtual Directory does not allow contents to be listed.

    It won't even let me get to the setup page. Any help/ideas?
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