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Mike Csete
2022-07-28T19:58:04Z
I have a connection set up using Amazon S3, (specifically to storage.googleapis.com), I have the credentials, a region selected, and a default bucket. I was able to connect using the "Test" button successfully with the "Use version 4 signatures" check box unchecked. I can also use the connection explorer successfully as it shows me my default bucket and I can navigate to the folder I need to drop a file to. I tested a file transfer in the Explorer and that worked as well.

The issue I'm having is when trying to set up the "Upload files" task to send a file to my desired destination folder. In the Upload files main settings I have my Amazon connection selected, and I was able to use the folder icon to select the correct bucket, as well as the destination folder. I did have to click on the refresh button to view the bucket when using the Folder icon (maybe an issue?).

When I run the task I'm getting an error "Exception in Task: System.Exception: HTTP request failed with code 403 (Forbidden)". Everything appears to be fine with my task, I'm not sure where the disconnect lies. Appreciate any insight you have.
Michael Fjellström
2022-07-29T12:55:33Z
Originally Posted by: Mike Csete 

I have a connection set up using Amazon S3, (specifically to storage.googleapis.com), I have the credentials, a region selected, and a default bucket. I was able to connect using the "Test" button successfully with the "Use version 4 signatures" check box unchecked. I can also use the connection explorer successfully as it shows me my default bucket and I can navigate to the folder I need to drop a file to. I tested a file transfer in the Explorer and that worked as well.

The issue I'm having is when trying to set up the "Upload files" task to send a file to my desired destination folder. In the Upload files main settings I have my Amazon connection selected, and I was able to use the folder icon to select the correct bucket, as well as the destination folder. I did have to click on the refresh button to view the bucket when using the Folder icon (maybe an issue?).

When I run the task I'm getting an error "Exception in Task: System.Exception: HTTP request failed with code 403 (Forbidden)". Everything appears to be fine with my task, I'm not sure where the disconnect lies. Appreciate any insight you have.



Hi,

Could you send an email to support@visualcron.com please and include screenshots of your connection settings, task settings, and what version of VC you're using. Also what user you run visualcronservice with, the default localsystem/admin or a service domain account?
Mike Csete
2022-07-29T20:11:38Z
Originally Posted by: Michael Fjellström 

Originally Posted by: Mike Csete 

I have a connection set up using Amazon S3, (specifically to storage.googleapis.com), I have the credentials, a region selected, and a default bucket. I was able to connect using the "Test" button successfully with the "Use version 4 signatures" check box unchecked. I can also use the connection explorer successfully as it shows me my default bucket and I can navigate to the folder I need to drop a file to. I tested a file transfer in the Explorer and that worked as well.

The issue I'm having is when trying to set up the "Upload files" task to send a file to my desired destination folder. In the Upload files main settings I have my Amazon connection selected, and I was able to use the folder icon to select the correct bucket, as well as the destination folder. I did have to click on the refresh button to view the bucket when using the Folder icon (maybe an issue?).

When I run the task I'm getting an error "Exception in Task: System.Exception: HTTP request failed with code 403 (Forbidden)". Everything appears to be fine with my task, I'm not sure where the disconnect lies. Appreciate any insight you have.



Hi,

Could you send an email to support@visualcron.com please and include screenshots of your connection settings, task settings, and what version of VC you're using. Also what user you run visualcronservice with, the default localsystem/admin or a service domain account?



Will do thanks Michael.
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