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Haven’t found post of this problem so here I go.

Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard

Everything ran nominally under Server13, external authentication

After upgrading to Server14 (following instruction meticulously) none of the databases would show up until I unchecked “List only the databases each user is authorized to access”. When unchecked all the databases show to all users but they can only enter the one’s they have access to. This tells me that the External Authentication is still working properly but the File Display Filter is no longer working.
Note: this happens with all client connection types, Windows, Mac, Web-Direct, and GO.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Couple of questions:

1.  Did you reboot the server after the new version was installed?

2.  Did you check to see that the files had the fmapp bit selected for network access?  Seemingly that is the case, but a check is always good.

 

Please let us know how this unfolds.  If filtering is broken, we need to alert them about that.

 

Steven

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