cAccess forbidden by server... error when trying to log in to a site with a self-signed

Access forbidden by server… error when trying to log in to a site with a self-signed
When configuring the desktop client to connect to my server, I enter my server address, accept my self-signed cert, then provide my user/pass, and try connect, and I get the following error

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How can I edit the url the “Get the apps to sync your files” from the Personal section of every user ???

Confirming we’re having what appears to be the exact same issue.

Keen to see this resolved.

Please advise if there is further info I can provide to assist in resolving

Are we still having problems with this issue? I am!
Both HTTP and HTTPS connections from the Windows client app, all PHP options enabled as far as I can tell.
Running latest version on a shared hosting space that I manage on a VPS. V11.0.2
Able to log in without issues through the web interface.

Owncloud contributor seems to have a solution but just out of my comfort zone… can’t find the file to add a line of code to LOL -

I am running CLOUDLINUX 6.9 x86_64 hyper-v – zero cPanel & WHM 64.0 (build 11) Apache 2.4, EasyApache 4
I have tried PHP 7.1, 7.0 and 5.6

If anyone can help I would appreciate it, I have had OwnCloud running for a year or so until this error started so I looked and saw that it had been forked to Nextcloud so I did a complete new install.

Thanks ppl…

I created the folder structure /etc/apache2/conf.d/userdata/ssl/2_4
I created a file authmod.conf in this folder.
authmod.conf has the following lines.

#No basic authentication headers were found.
#Nextcloud needs basic authentication headers for sync client on devices to work.
SetEnvIf Authorization "(.*)" HTTP_AUTHORIZATION=$1

After you create or edit an Apache include userdata file, you must rebuild the httpd.conf file and restart Apache for the changes to take affect.

To rebuild the httpd.conf file, run the following script:

To restart Apache, run the following script: