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Aliases not working

I am using WebGUI for a content manager on an Apache install (Linux). I cannot get any aliases to work. I have tried adding ScriptAlias and Alias lines to httpd.conf, and other .conf files in conf.d. There must be something in httpd.conf that is overriding my Alias lines. What can I add or change that would fix this?

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periwinkleCommented:
Perhaps a silly question, but did you restart the server after putting those lines in the httpd.conf?
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tamray_techAuthor Commented:
Many times.:) I found the answer to this particular problem. I am using WebGUI, which intercepts all http request and runs them through perl for a variety of scripts. I had to add passthruUrl in my config and a <Location> tag to get past this problem.
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periwinkleCommented:
Ah, there you go!  If post a message in Community Support with a link to this question, and the statement of:

I've answered my own question, please refund and PAQ

you can have your points refunded to you and this question closed.
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CetusMODCommented:
PAQed with points refunded (500)

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