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3/10/2015 3:43 AM
 

Hi All,

Am very new to DNN.

 I have installed DNN 07.03.02 and then upgraded it to latest version of 07.04.

 Am running this DNN site from IIS.

 Recently i found some spam users registered to my dnn 07.04 site.

 Please let me know how can i block spammers from registering into my site.  As am very new to DNN it will be helpfull if you can let me know the step by step process.

I saw in a link to copy paste a code into Host Settings > Other Settings > filter settings > Enable Filter Request.

 I dont know what to do next, as it asks for "Add New Rule", server variable, but i dont see a place to paste the code.

Please let me know is this right way to stop spammers, if the above is the right way please give me step by step process.

 

 

 
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3/10/2015 4:17 AM
 

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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