Are you using SSL certificate?
What's your SO? Ubuntu, Debian, Win?
Please get apache log, you can found this in typing:
cat /etc/var/log/apache2/error.log (if ubuntu or debian)
and type this an copy and past the permission:
stat -c "%n %a" /substance/wsds/7291
check in octal permissions,
I'm waiting you reply
Em quinta-feira, 13 de outubro de 2016 04:47:58 UTC-3, Mike Dewhirst
> I have two similar servers behaving differently. This is the staging
> server ...
> You don't have permission to access /substance/wsds/7291/ on this server.
> The production server is fine running Ubuntu 14.04 and Apache 2.2. The
> difference is that I have just upgraded staging to Ubuntu 16.04 and
> Apache 2.4.
> The new problem resulting from the upgrade was that the Apache redirect
> from http on port 80 to https on port 443 was failing occasionally.
> That occasion was in the Django Admin when clicking (View on site)
> The fix is to adjust get_absolute_url() so it always specifies https
> Hope this helps someone.
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