Code Integrity Check failed for .htaccess after Upgrade to NC 16.0.2

Hi all, I have a small but somehow stupid problem: I run Nextcloud 16.0.2. on a Synology Diskstation NAS (OS: Diskstation Manager 6.2.2)

All in all it works really fine but after the upgrade to NC version 16 I constantly get a code integrity warning in the admin overview:

- core
		- .htaccess

This is because I once edited the .htaccess file inside the nextcloud folder and now nextcloud tells me (unsurprisingly) that this file has an invalid hash. Unfortunately I forgot to backup the original version of the .htaccess file before the edit…

Since I run NC on a Synology NAS, which does not offer the full Linux console, the command occ maintenance:update:htaccess does not work in my case and I could not find another way to restore my .htaccess file back to its default state.

So my simple idea would be:

  • Can someone please upload (as a text file) or paste the original content of the .htaccess file for NC 16 here, so I can revert mine back to its original state to get rid of this warning?
  • Or is there any other way to solve this?

Thanks in advance!

Download the official Nextcloud 16.0.2 archive file, extract the .htaccess file and copy it to the Nextcloud root directory as a replacement of the existing one.

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That’s a simple and effective solution! Thanks:)