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    Default Moved server now 404 on all links

    Hello, hope some one can help

    I just moved servers from linux to windows 2008 r2 (not sure why lol)

    Anyway got it all working except when you click on a links dir or any link

    will give you
    Not Found
    The requested document was not found on this server.

    i am using

    Links Directory v3.2.0

    CMPS v3.2.1

    vBulletin® Version 3.7.4

    It is driving me dafter than i already am so...

    Thanks in advance

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    Brian ?

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    Windows servers do not support .htacess files, so you'll need to go to Admin CP => vBa Links => Modify Settings => Search Engine Optimization and disable the "Enable Spider Friendly URL's" setting to get your links directory working again.
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    Thank you very much Brian

    Knew it was something simple.


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