If you are getting an 'Internal Server Error' with ocPortal it is possible you are being blocked by mod_security. Full details are in this community documentation page…Configuring mod_security - ocPortal.com
There are also many other possibilities for Internal Server Error messages, such as:
- Invalid rules in your .htaccess file
- Blocking by suhosin or suphp, which is similar to mod_security but works for PHP itself; usually this problem relates to an excess of file/directory write or execute permissions for 'everyone' or 'group'.
- A malfunctioning web server
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