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using the stable and the beta builds i have never had that issue, for example, having hfs in the root of c:/webroot/hfs.exe
and a basic html page of home.html (c/webroot/home.html) coding:
<p> test </p>

in hfs right click the home/house and click add file chose c/webroot/home.html
hfs is now sharing the page:
the path would be

and or you can right click on the house (or create a new empty folder/add a real folder) and go to properties different template and paste the html code there...
The error you are recievein is either a user error or a naming error and if it is a naming error, right click it and rename it to something easier...

router & port problems / Re: HFS / Router Question
« on: February 14, 2014, 04:32:57 PM »
it looks like you are using the same port for hfs as the router login page you router is either a linksys or netgear to the sounds of it. the issue you are experience is that the router from you external ip which is what you freedns is directing to is connecting to the router as  the router has been set up to be configured from the external ip, port forawrding to another port or diable remote rouoter configurations. More detail may be need to help you in this issue as 1 i don't know the router you have which may be different, 2 i don't know what your have your prts as, by default linksys and netgear use port 8080 and some times port 80 for there remoter/external ip configuration...

also, due to thte ttl and other values, using HFS serve test port can and sometimes will fail, as long as you have set you dns name to the router/hfs and have hfs set to the port you want with the port forwared to the router, you should be able to acess you hfs form you external ip adress

need to know you external ip adress, it is:

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Started as system
« on: February 14, 2014, 04:27:13 PM »
runing it as a service:

or do you want cmd to run as administrator/ you user "system"?

Why do you want to run the program with admin (the user you posted) "system pervilages..., also check to see if the program has that user/group has security permission to read/write by default system should have full control...

don't know if this is right, but will try and this and post latter...

in regedit seraching for hfs

it goes to path:

hkey_classes_root\local setting\software\Microsoft\windows\shell\muicache

(windows 7)- may be differen't on other version/builds

(before messing with your registry back it up...)

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Webcam on HFS
« on: January 31, 2014, 04:44:33 PM »
more intailed on how and what on webpage...

example and where you need to start:

What you need to do it?
To do video conferencing we need to do five things:

1. Set up video element in an html page:
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2. Access local devices (camera,microphone):

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3.  Display a/v from local or remote peer:

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4. Connect to remote peers

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Automatic download
« on: January 31, 2014, 04:43:09 PM »
yes, a code simalr to this

the lineplaced in the header is what you need:
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0"; URL="">

break down
meta data - http-equiv="refresh"  is a comand to hit the refresh button on the webpage, but to a specfic page you put...
content="0" is how many second will pass before the page will refresh, 0 means as soon as possible...
URL, is the path to the download file you are wanting to send...

html code(form http to transfer to https...(LOLZ):
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2//EN">
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0"; URL="">
<p>redirecting you to <a href=""> &lt;.a&gt;</a></p>

LOLZ... hopes this helps

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Webcam on HFS
« on: January 31, 2014, 04:34:19 PM »
your wanting advance code, heres a start in the right irection...

when you save to registry what is the path in the registry it saves to?

I ask this because i run multiple hfs at one time, and i clicked save to registry instead of ini file, so now when my other hfs load, they load the one that was savde to registry, in whihc i want to delete the line so when they load they(from startup of machine) they load there ini files and not shudown server due to loading the registry file.

just looking for the path in regedit.... any help would be appreciated

FHFS / Re: How to hide delete account option
« on: December 31, 2013, 05:07:13 PM »
That's more of a question for a programmer as it is "hard wired" in the gui(some templates macro coding can fix this...), the question is what are you trying to do that you need to disable account deletion?

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Folder Names not being shown
« on: December 04, 2013, 04:27:42 PM »
i would suspect your template file is casuing this issue, or that you are adding "empty" folders and/or adding folder from all over the computer instead of having them all in a structured folder tree...

I would ask that you post you "template you are using"
Menu> html template> edit (i'm using the beta build, so some menu option may not be available...)
or press the F6 button

notepad or HFS will open with the template you are using, posting it will let me/other forum members see if the macros are causing the issue due to editing it and/or bad template download.....

and/or try using another template:
Here is one that works for me:
Live template:

router & port problems / Re: Advanced connectivity issue - Please help
« on: November 28, 2013, 12:52:09 AM »
I have this issue all the time...,

The issue is caused when hfs does the self test that it is going out to test if ports are open, and the router where hfs is is able to go thorugh....,
but not all the packets being sent are coming back as the dmz enabled router is sending it up and back on tyhe routers not going back to the HFS machine.

HFS is still working, doing the test may change you port number...

hfs computer machine :Time - to - Live (ttl) > Your network > ISP network

Your setup form post:
hfs machine> (router 1)the router with ports open > (router 2) comcast equipment router Dmz to router1

issue, hfs sending packet to check if open on router 1 while waiting for a response when packets are being set forward to router 2....
 solution: unknown- hfs is still working due to DMZ port forwarding rules...

some networking ingenuity can fix this... but its not really worth the effort...

according to the ip address you posted, it sounds like you are in some form of switch thats is using networking/nat protocols to give you an ip address, i would recommend using a web name and add it to your HFS, such as a host name, as the site will be forwarded to HFS using the dynaminc dns updater....

IF your still having problems, then it is either an internal network error on how you are conecting to the internet, or an ISP error on ports on the network where your connection is coming in.

go to this website:

the address is you external ip address, it can also be found in your router....

letting you know my account listed here will no longer be accessible...

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / POLL: Curiosity to the world?
« on: November 19, 2013, 02:45:24 AM »
Haven't seen a poll. thought i post one...

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