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6/10/2019 6:36 AM
 

Having recently upgraded to 9.1.1 (on my way to 9.3.2) I switched the editor to the DNN Connect CKE Editor, and removed the old telerik editor from the web.config, but I still see MANY entries scattered about that refer to the Telerik assemblies - e,g,

In Modules, there is an entry for the RADUploadModule

In handlers, there is the RADProgressHandler,  Telerik.Web.UI.WebResource and Telerik.Web.UI.ChartHttpHandler, and there are also many duplicate entries (9 in fact) looking like this:

      <add verb="*" path="*.htmtemplate" type="DotNetNuke.HtmlEditor.TelerikEditorProvider.HtmTemplateFileHandler, DotNetNuke.HtmlEditor.TelerikEditorProvider" />

My ASSUMPTION is that all entries that refer to telerik could be removed, and I would obviously try it on a test instance first - but can anyone confirm this course of action should be correct?

TIA

Steve


 
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