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you could try going to your site at yoursitename/user Login or register to post comments My site comes up when I Posted by Jeannieandrews on November 6, 2012 at 8:03pm My Log in or register to post comments character set Jeroen Haan commented May 10, 2006 at 12:52am I changed the character set from utf-8 to the old iso-8859-1. Log in or register to post comments Zone alarm is firewall grabur commented May 24, 2006 at 8:39pm Zone alarm is firewall software. Truncating the cache tables also worked for me. check over here

All I did was change the password in settings.php to something invalid, causing the site would crash. Edit 2: Pretty silly mistake. I hve tried everything above, to no avail. f1shnch1ps commented May 21, 2007 at 5:02am Thank you thank you thank you. https://www.drupal.org/node/1968788

Drupal Admin Login Access Denied

I've tried resetting passwords - no help. Log in or register to post comments Worked for me as well! When I tried to login using this info, I get the site maintenance page (I've got my site offline) and cannot login. Other versions of Apache 1.3/2.0 require you to have the line uncommented to load the module.

  • tyswan commented April 30, 2008 at 8:09am I accidentally stumbled across this post.
  • Currently it is not possible to list all possible the reasons. –Mołot Sep 5 '14 at 7:04 it is throwing 404 –Hitesh Sep 5 '14 at 7:08 1
  • What happen when you try to login with admin ?
  • I can log in to the old page with no problem.
  • To create a user you just create a new entry in the users table right? –Vilhelm Färndberg Mar 22 '12 at 11:48 @SpaceBeers : Finally someone who have experienced
  • Use invalid user/passwd, kicked back to login page and saying Access denied.
  • For this function to work, the PHP setting session.save_handler must be set to "user".
  • Where is "zone alarm" Parkasaurus commented May 13, 2006 at 3:38pm Hi.
  • When I viewed the source, the first line of output was the UID 0 sessionid: a:0:{}a:1:{s:9:"SESSIONID";s:32:"61ciq55i7mmuv4vo2j36lb5si00tfimm";} Here's the part where fixing becomes painful.
  • uid =1 rid = 3 Can you register users via web ?

I can change the database from phpmyadmin. A user was unable to log into his account from Internet Explorer. I think that I'll need more information for help you and find what is wrong. Drupal 7 Admin Login Not Working Even though the problem existed on one of my Windows computers, it worked fine on another identical computer on the same desk.

This bit of code fixed the problem. Drupal 7 Login Not Working Log in or register to post comments 5.6.2 from php-osx.liip.ch as well brantwynn commented January 8, 2015 at 12:04am I had the same issue. Or subscribe to these personalized, sitewide feeds:All posts: Feed Page Hot content this week Who is messing around with Drupal 8? 2 days 3 hours ago Drupal Accepted into Google Code-In JOoxis commented March 24, 2016 at 5:42pm Yes, despite the .htaccess file being present with the require rewriting rules, apache mod_rewrite still has to be enabled on the server (if you

Duh, I should've figured it was there for a reason, but now I can't get in. Drupal 7 Access Denied You Are Not Authorized To Access This Page Was not completely sure completely what you meant or where you did it by 'changed php to the std libexec php version ' - Changing the preferences on MAMP to the Log in or register to post comments =-= VM commented April 12, 2013 at 3:21pm UID 0 - should be the anon user clear the sessions table in the database clear So I took matters into my own hands and wrote a SQL command to change my password in the users table following the suggestion of [email protected] (see drupal.org/node/3884) update users set

Drupal 7 Login Not Working

I was beating myself up over this same issue for 2 days. https://www.drupal.org/node/161106 Log in or register to post comments You, too, can now see what dr kwerle commented March 25, 2004 at 8:14pm You, too, can now see what drupal recorded (as of Drupal Admin Login Access Denied Yours appears to be the client side browser issue. Drupal 7 Cannot Login No Error Log in or register to post comments This is fixed for me sanjaygupta1011 commented March 13, 2016 at 4:39pm This is a session related issue.

Why ? check my blog Posted by walterbyrd on August 4, 2010 at 2:42pm I am having the same problem. Now what? Skip to main content Skip to search Main Menu Drupal.org home Download & Extend Community Documentation Support Jobs Marketplace About Return to Content Search form Search Log in Create account Drupal Drupal Admin Login Not Working

Yes 3. Log in or register to post comments Thanks Treesong commented February 5, 2010 at 6:01pm I recently upgraded my hosting account from PHP 4 to PHP 5. I looked at the users_roles table to make sure that uid=1 was represented there. this content Last updated: June 3 2016 Drupal update/upgrade FAQ: Help, I can’t login to my Drupal website after performing a Drupal upgrade! (Okay, that’s not really a question.

I also commented out the line starting with $base_url = for good measure. (Username formerly my full name, Richard Eriksson.) Log in or register to post comments This solution worked for Drupal 7 Can't Login Log in or register to post comments One way to quickly reset your geerlingguy commented August 6, 2013 at 6:16pm One way to quickly reset your password if you have drush but, need to check that url_rewrite for web-server is enabled.


Learn more at iRolo.net. Also, IE does not regcongise the cookie as a session cookie, because the expiry is set to a week or so. This is all happening on a live site, not a local installation. Drupal Can't Login After Moving Site I've tried flushing the cache, I've verified the htaccess file is okay, but still the same.

Expand cookies tab 3c. share|improve this answer answered Mar 21 '12 at 9:36 Alytrem 2,0451512 Thank you for your quick answer Alytrem. Entered username and password and it cycles back to the login page. have a peek at these guys Log in or register to post comments I'm running into this same Po3t commented April 21, 2012 at 6:47pm I'm running into this same problem now.

Then take the output that you get, and insert it as the new 'pass' value for your user account (in this case, user 1) in the users table. But googling the problem brought me to your post re URL niceties - thank you so much for your brains and experience! If you start using an other template (or created your own) you should reapply the patch to the new template. The solution was to comment out the line in the localhost's version of settings.php that started with $cookie_domain = since it was set to be tied to the domain it was

BTW, changing uid value to 1 in the sessions table solved the problem...until you logout of course :-) --- Robert Garrigos Professional site: robert.garrigos.org CATdrupal - Catalan Drupal Users Group: groups.drupal.org reset connection after a certain number of queries static $connections; $connections++; if ($connections > 5) { static $connections = 0; $db_conns[$name] = NULL; } And: function db_query($query) { to: function db_query($query) Is there admin user in users table? I made sure that the localhost site would accept cookies.

The reason for this is that on some sites, esp. Florence (1) Knectar 221 Pine St. Tried all of the other things suggested since last time. So I cracked open the original Drupal INSTALL.txt file, and sure enough, I needed to run these commands: chmod o+w sites/default/files chmod a-w sites/default/settings.php chmod a-w sites/default That was a good

I had to do this on the first drupal site I created. Changed the permissions of the whole drupal folder to 777. For both IE and Firefox. I don't want to do research (First year tenure-track faculty) Why did they look stupid?

Reloaded the page, waited some more, and got a normal Chron admin page with the "Run Chron" button. Then I went into my account setting and turned off blocks etc. Posted by satyakadiyala on May 26, 2012 at 11:39am beats me too.. It Glad to hear it helped.