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How can I enable directory listing?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by wintech2003@, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. wintech2003@

    wintech2003@ Guest

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    I have a folder with images, and I would like to enable directory listing on it, so that users that point their broswer to the URL of this directory will get a list of all images, which they can then click on and see the picture.

    Currently I get a 403 - Forbidden error when I point my broswer to this directory.

    How can I enable this feature?

    PS. I'm talking about a direcotry inside httpdocs

    Thanks a lot in advance
     
  2. Gris@

    Gris@ Guest

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    you can do it in web site's properties in IIS
     
  3. wintech2003@

    wintech2003@ Guest

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    Yes this was it.

    Thank you very much :)
     
  4. BenjamnL

    BenjamnL Guest

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    Hi there,

    how can I run that using command line tools or websrvmng (plesk)...

    Regards
    Ben
     
  5. matija

    matija Guest

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    Domains -> domain.com -> Web Directories -> Web Directory Preferences -> Directory browsing checkbox
     
  6. BenjamnL

    BenjamnL Guest

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    This makes me able to change it in plesk... But how can I change it using command line?
     
  7. BenjamnL

    BenjamnL Guest

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    I enabled directory browsing (the checkbox) in root folder for domain belite.de

    check
    http://belite.de/selina/
    look for file brief.pdf

    you can't download it! why?

    Greets Ben
     
  8. matija

    matija Guest

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    Add .pdf to MIME types, currently IIS does not recognize this file type.
     
  9. BenjamnL

    BenjamnL Guest

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    Do I have to do that with every single domain or can I easily add a skeleton or something?
     
  10. matija

    matija Guest

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  11. matija

    matija Guest

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    If you do it on server level (manually within IIS), then it's added to all domains. I haven't tried it within Plesk yet...
     
  12. BenjamnL

    BenjamnL Guest

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    Thanks man, I forgot that =)

    There are by the way .htaccess in the folder, but it is not working... So I forgot to protect it with plesk!

    How can I enable htaccess?
     
  13. matija

    matija Guest

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    .htaccess works on *nix (like Linux) systems only AFAIK... On Windows, you need to protect directories in Web Directory Preferences within Plesk (or manually -> right click folder -> properties -> security)
     
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