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1/22/2015 9:38 AM
 

What is the best practice to migrate standard folders (with files) to secure folders.
Is it a database action or is it possible by interface.

 


Willem Bonekamp - Webdeveloper/Projectmanager - I have been building Web Solutions using DNN from the beginning in 2002

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1/23/2015 5:26 AM
 
this is not supported by the UI, you may try switching Folder in the database (after performing a backup, of course) and re-sync filesystem and database.

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1/26/2015 10:57 AM
 
Willem:
Keep in mind that you will need to edit ALL links to the files that are now in a Secure folder.
 
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