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Re: [school-discuss] Moodle question
The error you quoted usually occurs when an older module is being used
with a more recent version of Moodle. Since the sesskey concept was
introduced recently, some older versions of Moodle components do not
support this method of user rights management. If you are just trying to
change the upload limit on a clean install of Moodle, make sure you are
following the "official" instructions here:
If there are discrepancies in your configuration, this could also
produce this error.
If you have any further questions, please let me know.
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Aptenix LLC-Desktop Solutions
New Market, MD
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Sharon Betts wrote:
I have a moodle site running
- but have a problem.
I am unable to change the upload limit from 2 MB. Apache and PHP are set
correctly for 4MB uploads. The 4 appears in the dropdown menu under
Configuration - but when I try to change it (as admin), I get this error:
A required parameter (sesskey) was missing
I can perform other admin functions fine.
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