I had to move my owncloud-installation from an old Debian 7 - Server to a new Debian 9 - Server with Apache 2.4, MySQL and Redis enabled.
When the owncloud-client tries to connect to the new server I get an error-Message in the apache error log like:
"authz_core:error] [pid 4878:tid 140394394269440] [client 10.214.154.19:33009] AH01630: client denied by server configuration" with the path /.../owncloud/config
So why does the client try to get access to the config-directory?
Of course in the config-folder there is a .htaccess-file with the directive "Require all denied".
If I change this directive (for testing purposes only) to "Require all granted" the error-message does not appear and everything works fine.
But this is a security-desaster, right?
So how can I handle the error-message?
I found this discussion related to that topic:
But i couldnt find any settings like
Deny from all
in my apache configuration.
Can you help me please?