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10/21/2014 4:53 PM
 
Hello,

checking broken links with xenu; the tool reports error 500 on each single page of my site. The link in quesiton is
/DesktopModules/Blog/API/Modules/Manifest?TabId=59&ModuleId=864

Not sure what that is for, but how can we remove it? I left 'allow windows live writer' unticked under blog admin.

Running blog 6.0.11 on dnn 7.3.3

Thankjs

Franco
 
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11/13/2014 4:59 AM
 
I am seeing the same thing in trying to set up new WLW connections, it has been happening for a while now. I upgraded to 7.3.3 and Blog 6.1.0 and it is still happening. (It was happening on Blog 5.0.0 and DNN 7.0.5 also)

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Dave
 
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11/13/2014 5:56 AM
 
Just setup a clean 7.3.3 site and installed Blog 6.1.0 and WLW connects perfectly. It must be something to do with the upgrade somehow...

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