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admin kit illegal symbols in ftp string

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It is impossible to configure `bases update task` [using adminkit] to use ftp server:

The specified path to objects is invalid (illegal symbol found). [please see attached screenshot].

It seems that there is unallowed symbols `:` and `\\`.

I guess there is wrong unallowed symbol check on that field.

KL support, Will be there fixed admin kit version?

Could you fix this please?!

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did you try just the ip (no ftp:// in front)?

 

for example something like "10.195.2.123/bases"

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did you try just the ip (no ftp:// in front)?

for example something like "10.195.2.123/bases"

 

Yeah, and than it tries to get bases from local share [see attached screenshot].

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Yeah, and than it tries to get bases from local share [see attached screenshot].

Ok, answering myself again [kl guys, where are you!?].

If youre fckuking l33t, there is workaround.

Open adminkit policy, update index, type in HTTP-,FTP- field adress:ftpxy/localftp.mydomain.

Save and close admin kit.

 

Then open with youre favorite hex editor:

c:\progra~1\kasper~1\kasper~1\dat\policy\policy`numberhere`.dat

and substitute x [ftpxy/localftp.mydomain.] with hex:3a and y with hex:2f, save,

open admin kit, open policy and whalaa. And remember to not tuch that field,

because if something will be modified the stupid check will fcuk you again.

See attached screenshot.

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