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How Make Server Status Page Available When NOT Logged In ?


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As an update ...


I guess the root "serverstatus.php" file is where it is set to require that a user be logged in before he can view that page however, this file is encoded so we couldn't edit it.


We managed to get around this simply by creating a new "serverstatus.php" file as per the instructions here ...



We can now decide what information on this page will only be available if a user is logged in.

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Mine is available to the public, no need to login to Client Area

I have not had to make any changes, also I cannot find any settings for this

However, check Setup -> Servers and that the servers are showing ticks under the Status


You may need to edit the serverstatus.tpl file

I had to do this for the phpinfo link to operate correctly


I have set Network Issues to require Login, with the General Settings -> Support section

Is this the one you are trying to open to all visitors?

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