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krsouthern
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Posted: 04 February 2007 at 9:31am  

Hi,

I am using the following in link freeze:

/          ---     .aspx     [MoveExt,Lowercase]

yet the urls are not changing to lowercase, .aspx is being replaced by .html but the Default.aspx remains uppercase.

Do I need to do anything else?

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Kieran
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Yaroslav
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Posted: 06 February 2007 at 5:06am  

Please show your web site URL. LinkFreeze will lowercase only links onpages, maybe you have expected it to also redirect uppercase links?

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krsouthern
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Posted: 06 February 2007 at 5:07pm  

Hi,

You can see it here: http://shop.britishamericandisplays.com/default-CategoryID-37.html

Would you expect it to change the parameter names to lowercase also?

We have the .dll and the .ini file in the root of the website, is that where it should be when doing a manual install?

Many Thanks
Kieran

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Yaroslav
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Posted: 08 February 2007 at 8:42am  

It is rather strange problem. Can you please check what version of LinkFreeze you are using and probably update to the latest version available form our web site. According to the settings
/          ---     .aspx     [MoveExt,Lowercase]
LinkFreeze should not work at all with your site because you are using absolute links and Transform Absolute links is not enabled. Maybe you just looking to the wrong configuration file?

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Yaroslav
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Posted: 08 February 2007 at 9:22am  

FollouUp:
Having .dll and .ini files under site root is normal since permissions allow IIS to load these files. I will only suggest to prohibit access to these files form outside somehow, for example by marking these files as hidden.

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