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SEO Friendly URLs not working in PHPKB

Problem: I have enabled SEO Friendly URLs setting in PHPKB (as shown below):

 

Also verified that Apache mod_rewrite module was loaded:

 

but still no luck. I get 404 not found error:

Solution: Check in your VirtualHosts (and then httpd.conf) configuration files for the AllowOverride directive.

Set it to allow all declaration inside an .htaccess file:

AllowOverride All

That's all!

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