drupal admin access denied error
all over the world. Join today Community Community Home Getting Involved Chat Forum SupportPost installation [Solved] New Site [admin login] - You are not authorized to access this page Posted by computerbarry on December 27, 2014 at 11:45pm I've searched and drupal admin login access denied tried everything, Drupal will not let me login. I've downloaded the latest release Drupal-7.34 added drupal 7 admin access denied DB, setup admin user and installed to the point where I can see the homepage with the login panel. But. When I try and drupal access denied page login with my username and password setup on installation... Access denied You are not authorized to access this page. I've installed the hidden .htaccess and reinstalled Drupal numerous times, though each time I get the same error and
Drupal Access Denied Messagecan't login to add content or do any configuration. Can anybody help, what I'm doing wrong? Thanks, Barry Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 7.x Comments Things you can check. kunal.kursija commented December 28, 2014 at 10:16am Hi computerbarry, Things you can check. 1) Clear browser cache. 2) clear your drupal cache and sessions table. (chances are that you might have installed some modules which are harming your user session.) 3) Permission "access drupal access denied redirect to login page content" is given to anybody or not. (Important). 4) Dont set cookie domain, clear cache and then check. 5) Is user with uid = 0 present in users table. (shall be always there). 6) update to latest php and install necessary modules. Log in or register to post comments Thanks kunal computerbarry commented December 28, 2014 at 2:42pm Thanks kunal 1) I've tried different browsers with no cookies and still the same 2) This is a fresh installation and no modules or anything has been added yet 3) Not quite sure what you mean here? 4) Where is this set, how do I check? 5) Admin set to 1 which is what I'm trying to login with, and there is a blank entry with 0? 6) As mentioned, no modules have been installed yet, and this is the latest version of MAMP with php 5.6.2 Everything was working previously with older version of MAMP, its now I have installed the latest PHP and MYSQL. I've installed Drupal 8, this was mainly my reason for the update and Drupal 8 works perfect with admin and logging in to configuration. Its Drupal 7 thats not working (not letting me login). Cheers, Barry The more you learn.... the more you learn there is more to learn. Log in or register to post comments I've just managed to login computerbarry commented December 28, 201
all over the world. Join today Community Community Home Getting Involved Chat Forum SupportPost installation Drupal 7 Access Denied user/1 after correct login Posted by TaylorDigitalChris on January 14, 2011 at 10:10pm drupal access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' For some reason, I can't seem to login into my localhost (windows 7 +
Drupal Access Denied Private Fileapache) Drupal admin account. I know I have the correct password since validation tells me when it is not correct.
Drupal Access Denied Image StylesI believe it might be a session issue and I tried clear my sessions but that didn't work. I looked at my sessions table and each session has no SSID. I don't know if https://www.drupal.org/node/2399055 that matters. What is the best way to reset admin to default settings to fix this issue? I have made a lot of modifications and I don't want to loose them. Log in or register to post comments ⋅ Categories: Drupal 7.x Comments try this bawoor commented January 14, 2011 at 10:54pm try thishttp://drupal.org/node/68286 ꦱꦠꦽꦶꦪ Log in or register to post comments I have the same issue... (Sorry https://www.drupal.org/node/1027534 to bring up an old thread) carlwhittick commented January 31, 2011 at 2:45pm I was working on a Drupal 7 theme and I got logged out (No idea why). Now when I attempt to login I get a Username/Password incorrect error even though I logged in with the exact same information before. Since that failed I have re-hashed myself a new password using the shell script provided in the "/scripts" directory, inserted it into the database and am still getting the same error. Any help would really be appreciated. Log in or register to post comments Cannot login either 4x3 commented February 2, 2011 at 4:11pm Anyone find a solution to this? Having same issue, logged out as admin, then when trying to log in I get the access denied page - only in Firefox. I am able to log in through Safari and on other computers. Log in or register to post comments Still not working. bigonroad commented February 21, 2011 at 2:23pm Any ideas guys? I have rehashed the password, but its not working. Currently can't log into my site! (Grr)Chris Log in or register to post comments Aha bigonroad commented February 21, 2011 at 2:41pm In the end, I log
all over the world. Join today Community Community Home Getting Involved Chat Forum SupportInstalling Drupal Access denied - You are not authorized to access this page. Posted by ballR on April 12, 2005 at 9:19pm Hello! I installed Drupal 4.5.2. https://www.drupal.org/node/20397 I have done everything, i created the first user succesfully. But whenever I log on or even just go to the home page it gives me a page that says "Access denied", "you are not authorized to http://broadcast.oreilly.com/2009/10/top-drupal-gotchas.html access this page". I've checked everything I can think of... I have read all threads, but i haven't found the correct solution for this problem.. Thank you for Your help! RedHat Linux, Apache 2.0.51, MySql 3.23.58, PHP 4.3.10 access denied Log in or register to post comments Comments Setting up a new site and now I get this too... tobyspark commented March 20, 2006 at 7:07pm I am getting this too. Am very confused as I have set up various test drupal sites (4.6.3) before successfully - now for the real deal (4.6.6) and I've fallen at the first hurdle. The fresh drupal installation is creating the first and subsequent accounts, emailing me their details, rejecting drupal access denied false log-ins, but if the correct log-in details are used all you get is the access denied content page and no change to the log-in block. I have tried standard troubleshooting - fresh install, fresh database, searched server logs. For what its worth, I started then aborted the process in the https space, and am on a Plesk 7.5.4 virtual host. I didn't have these problems before on the same physical server but with an earlier Any ideas most appreciated. I didn't anticipate this, and my two days allocated to set it up are now crumbling away... grrr! Toby Log in or register to post comments Access Denied, ... joe_t commented April 5, 2006 at 2:37pm Drupal 4.6.6 Windows 2000 server IIS 5 PHP 4.4.0 MySQL 4.0.26 Install went fine. Created the first user, which was added to MySQL, and I got an email with the password. But when I try to login with it I get "Access denied. You are not authorized to access this page." I permitted all drupal directories and subdirectories "Full control" to the web user (IUSR_WWW). The MySQL user I created for drupal has "ALL PRIVILEGES." Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Joe Log in or register to post comments Solution for Dummies! Access denied! Geotechy commented October 31, 2006 at 3:35pm I am not an expert in Drupal's cor
email@example.com YouTube Facebook Twitter RSS Print Listen Top Drupal Gotchas: "Access Denied" and Permissions Problems By Spencer CritchleyOctober 31, 2009 | Comments: 12 Tweet The Drupal Content Management System keeps getting better and better. But the learning curve is still steep and the interface is still tricky - even after working with it for several years, some gotchas keep tripping me up. That tells me it's worth jotting them down, hopefully to spare a few other Drupallers falling into the traps I've fallen into enough times for all of us. This time: Mysterious problems logging in or accessing content. These are fairly common and can have a variety of causes. The ones I've found most often: 1. You just need to clear your browser's cache (I believe Drupal's cache management has improved, so that this is less common in recent versions). 2. You haven't given a particular user role permission to access a particular content type. Go to [yoursiteurl]/admin/user/permissions and make sure the appropriate boxes are checked (replace [yoursiteurl] with your actual site url, of course). Note that you need to do this every time you create a new content type (as when using CCK, the Content Construction Kit), or even when you are only adding a new field to a content type. Also note that giving a permission to Anonymous users does not mean that Authorized users inherit that permission. You have to check the box for each. 3. The SQL database has a problem. This can cause access or login problems even for the super admin user (user 1). Bearing in mind that you should back up your database before doing anything to it, you can try these fixes: Rebuild permissions: Go to /admin/content/node-settings/rebuild. Repair the Sessions table: You can use the appropriate SQL query for your DB, or an easy way is to use PHPMyAdmin. In PHPMyAdmin, choose your Drupal database, check the box next to the Sessions table, and find the "With selected" drop-down near the bottom of the page. Choose "Repair table". The Sessions table seems to be prone to problems. I recently came across this idea at Stanford Tech Commons for keeping it healthier. It sounds useful, but I don't know enough about database innards to judge its reliability. Comments? Tags: content man