Re-reading what @LukasReschke wrote and re-checking my configuration, I’m coming to think that the issue is not the folder in which we placed our nextcloud installation but rather the subdomain.
I just realized that although having NC installed in
So I guess it meets the criteria for
However he also mentions that there can’t be a sub-domain. And maybe someone can help with that, because I’m pretty new to web servers and cloud and stuff:
How can I achieve not having NC under a sub-domain?
I rent a domain at 1und1.de and while I don’t have a static IP address I think I had to create a sub-domain and enter the My-Fritz URL (like dyndns.org) as CNAME.
As said, being a newbie, what can I do different to get the A+?
Every advise and detailed explanation by the experienced users is very welcome and really appreciated.
Hm, even the hardening guide (https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/11/admin_manual/configuration_server/harden_server.html) advised:
Use a dedicated domain for Nextcloud
Administrators are encouraged to install Nextcloud on a dedicated domain such as cloud.domain.tld instead of domain.tld to gain all the benefits offered by the Same-Origin-Policy.