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  • rirvine
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    Put this in a .reg file and run it. It will allow the username/password combination again.

    --Start here
    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\FeatureControl\FEATURE_HTTP_USERNAME_PASSWORD_ DISABLE]
    "iexplore.exe"=dword:00000000
    "explorer.exe"=dword:00000000
    -- Stop Here

    The other solution is to enter the IP address of the machine you want to use as a "no password needed for these subnets" in the HS config. This way it doesn't need a username/password.

    Ross.

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  • zoomkat
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    I think the latest windows security patch prevents logins the way you have shown. There are other threads on this subject that tell how to reinstate that way of logging in.

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  • Mario from Spain
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    How are you avoiding the user autentication?

    I tried http:user@password\\homeseerserver.com but it dosn't work.

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  • zoomkat
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    You can put links to the actions in a page served by apache. As the Homeseer web server is not fully HTTP compliant, you would probably need to use an iframe work around to keep the origional page from refreshing and degrading your webcam video feed. As an example below is a webpage served up by the geocities web server that contains my pan/tilt webcam video and controls. The video is from webcam32 on my computer and the controls are performed via an Apache webserver cgi setup on my computer.

    http://www.geocities.com/zoomkat/ezservo1.htm

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  • Mario from Spain
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    I just want to control a device or event or check status from a page served by Apache.

    For example, being able to turn on the outdoor lights with a button close the my webcam page.

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  • zoomkat
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    I use Apache, but you will need to explain in more detain just what you are trying to do. What connection are you trying to make between Homeseer, Apache, and IIS?

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  • Mario from Spain
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    No one knows how to control devices or execute events from web pages served from an Apache web server?

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  • Mario from Spain
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    Is there a way to do it with HS 2.0?

    I would like to control some devices and events from my web site hosted in a virtual server somewhere out there.

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  • Rupp
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    Originally posted by pete17c
    have a look at this how to at cocoontech . . .

    http://www.cocoontech.com/index.php?showtopic=294

    Pete C
    This will only work with HS 1.7 and not 2.0.

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  • pete17c
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    Dcom

    have a look at this how to at cocoontech . . .

    http://www.cocoontech.com/index.php?showtopic=294

    Pete C

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  • jmonaco
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    How Does One Control Devices From a Web Page Not in HS?

    I know how to control a device or event from a custom web page created in HS. But I want to control a device or event from my IIS web server (port 80) web site. How do I get the post command to be sent to or recognized by HS?
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