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Windows 2003 AnonymousUser
Posted by Bill at 9/28/2005 10:31:47 AM
Is it possible to recreate the Anonymous_User group in Win2k3 that
would have existed had I upgraded from Windows 2000?
I just want to share a printer over classic Windows networking to
Windows 2000 guests without having them encounter the "Login:" box &
have to enter "Guest" and no password e...more >>
Active Directory and IIS-6
Posted by Thomas McFarlane at 9/28/2005 5:23:26 AM
Is it best practice to join an IIS-6 (run on Windows 2003 server) to a
Windows 2003 Active Directory Domain ? Do you have any references/articles
about this subject ?
Posted by C Jarrels at 9/28/2005 3:51:03 AM
Hi I have a problem on the SBS2003. A college witch is not in our firm any
more started a process to give access to mobile users on the server. He
claims that he only has done some changes in the IIS.
The problem is that whenever any user tries to use OWA and are prompted for
username and p...more >>
Integrated Authentication & Prompt
Posted by cc900630 NO[at]SPAM ntu.ac.uk at 9/23/2005 3:21:27 AM
I use integrated authentication on iis, but am no longer able to logon
as different users to test - it seems to have cached my logon details
Even if I call session.abandon and then re-type the url - it still
doesnt prompt just logs me on automatically.
Is there a way to force it to...more >>
Single Sign-On for a group of IIS 5.1 websites
Posted by Nicholas Wang at 9/22/2005 9:37:01 PM
Hi, i have a group of websites written in asp and hosted using IIS5.1 in
Windows 2000 server. These websites are all set as "Basic Authentication",
all the users are NT domain users.
The problem is that user have to type in their domain userid/password
several times in order to access all t...more >>
Wrong default domain name for authentication
Posted by Jeremy Keehn at 9/22/2005 3:33:18 PM
I have set up a web directory with access granted to "domain users" and
removed anonymous access.
When users are promted for credentials on my site from that directory, they
attempt to use their credentials and they are rejected unless they enter the
domain as well. When they are rejected ...more >>
IWA on IIS with a domain from the FQDN different from the Windows Domain
Posted by yannick.beot NO[at]SPAM gmail.com at 9/22/2005 9:38:19 AM
I have a Windows domain foo.com (DC=foo,DC=com in Active Directory)
I have a Windows 2003 in this domain and a IIS on it
I would like to protect a directory with IWA (Integrated Windows
I would also like to access this IIS with a domain name diffent. For
instance, the ...more >>