Whoops, just noticed another error, the admin of the system needs to allow the PHP temp (C:\WINDOWS\Temp\) write permissions. A user will never be able to adjust that. Is this on your home machine or a server you own?
If so, what version of Windows?
The site is hosted on a public domain server and probably window 2000 (not sure for current version) is the version
The helpcenter directory is loaded as one of the subdomain. As per install file instruction, there are certain folder in it which should have write permission.
### Method 1 - FTP ###
- Unzip the files on your local machine
- If you have safe_mode on, change the config setting $conf['safe_mode'] to true in the config.php file
- Upload the entire 'hcl' directory (you can re-name the directory if you wish)
- CHMOD /config.php to 777
- CHMOD /icons/ to 777
- CHMOD /compile/ to 777
- CHMOD /cache/ to 777
The problem seems to be - These folders are not having write permission in the wwwroot/helpcenter folder and this is causing the warning.
I have administrator rights on the alloted space and can RWE. But the scripts / functions are not able to write the output to various files inside those folders.
How to resolve this?