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2/6/2014 4:39 PM
 

Is there a way to get the DNN File/Folder indexer to not include a specific directory.  The equivalent of a .NOMEDIA file being present in Android, or a robots.txt being recognized/respected would be nice.

We are using node.js and grunt in our skin development more and more.  Having DNN pickup the node_modules directory that process generates is not only unnecessary, but slows down file browsers all over the site.

 
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2/6/2014 6:33 PM
 
you can use the UI to set permissions so the file is not shown i.e. in admin->file management right click the folder, go to folder properties and set the permissions (or remove the open/browse option). Alternatively click edit to go into edit mode and edit the module settings , click on the digital asset management settings and you can configure view settings (this may require you to move the folder to a different level e.g. the folders level. However both of these are for the digital asset manager module - if you want it to affect the various pickers you're better reorganising your folder structure e.g. have the files as part of an extension in desktopmodules

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