Basically it's working perfectly except for the following errors:
When trying to upload a .csv file users I receive a 404 file or directory not found error.
Also when an existing user tries to enrol to a course, the same 404 error appears, but if that user presses back and then clicks enrol again. The page loads fine.
I'm wondering if it's an issue in the php config or something else?
Any help is much appreciated.
Hello, thanks for the reply.
I've fixed the user uploads problem, that was just simply due to a misconfigured .csv file.
The only issues I'm encountering now are 404 errors to do with enrolling in a course. (If a user clicks enrol, then are given the 404 page, if they click back and 'yes' again, the course loads fine).
When users try and upload a file that is too big they are given a 404 page also, this may be a normal response for moodle though, I am not sure.
IIS has all the permissions to the moodle directory, everything else seems to work with no issues except the things mentioned above.
It doesn't seem to mention a directory that is missing the address it goes to is: "http://moodle2/course/view.php", and just says this:
404 - File or directory not found.
The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.
enrol.php?id=24&confirm=1 is the link that users go to when they click yes to enrol in a course.
The upload_max_filesize setting in your php.ini file is used to control the maximum file sizes that PHP will allow you to upload.
And if you experience timeouts or memory problems when uploading really big files try increasing the values of these settings in php.ini:
And ActivityTimeout and RequestTimeout in your FastCGI config file (fcgiext.ini).
Slashargument setting doesn't seem to effect it.
The only serious issue is the 404 error at the moment, when enrolling in a class.
I have the same problem but it might be the misconfigured CSV file. PLEASE can you tell me what the misconfiguration was in your case so I can see if my error is the same - or can anyone else help?
We did a bulk upload a few months ago from the same location and it was fine.
the path is inetpub>wwwrootmoodle>admin>upload>user.php
The path I have given is the path it gives me, and as I say, this worked for the previous upload.
The csv issue is fixed, (thanks Mary) but we still cant upload bulk users as we get a 404 error.
If we load manually we cannot disable the email as the system still requires that an email is sent (which was fine for the previous upload, but we have run out of addresses and the two lower years dont really need them)
We also get a 500 error when a user logs out (just been told this today)
It might be a URL rewriting problem. You might need to enable URL rewriting in IIS7.
Also try the rewriting rule described in:
Are you using any SCORM in your courses?
Sorry to dig up a slightly older thread, but incase you hadn't seen my previous post:
This will resolve 404 errors occuring when you should see a moodle error page (such as when you upload a misconfigured CSV file, which, funilly enough was the problem that kicked me into gear to solve the issue)