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$conn_connDownloads = new KT_connection($connDownloads, $database_connDownloads);
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Are you using HTTPS? If not, then try that. The ADDT is abysmally documented in regard to the usage of encryption on the login architecture, but it does nonetheless support it.
Have you checked your cookies before and after logon? The problem that makes me note this is that cookies are not shared between sites (are not supposed to be) and HTTP versus HTTPS access to the same site should also have their cookies segregated.
The PHP error messages simply notes that once the web server has sent text to a client that it can no longer issue a redirect. It refers to both the external file and line number so you know what code to look at.
Doh! It's actually a lot more simpler than that. It was nothing more than me having Encrpyted checked on in the Login settings. Clicked it off and problem went away.
The result of this is that you weaken the security of the resulting site. Depending on you business needs this may or may not be acceptable.
It's acceptable. The client wants a password he can remember.
I had the same problem Adam. It was caused by the length of my password field in the database being only 30 characters long. For the encrypted password it must be 32 characters long. Simple fix - lengthen the field to 'varchar(32)' and no compromise on security.
It is wise to typically use VARCHAR(255) which sets the max size to the max size as it imposes no additional storage overhead.
One does lose the commentary value of the size parameter, but one can just as well use comments for that.