Re: IIS4.0 security problems

ACCS Internet ( )
Thu, 15 Jan 1998 16:00:22

At 09:24 PM 1/15/98 +0100, you wrote:
>1. you didn't give the new YOURSERVER_IUSR the right to log on locally
>2. go to the ISM , go to the master properties, select www service -> edit,
>directory security -> Anonymous Access -> edit and check the Basic
>Authentication box.
>I hope this helps.
>At 02:13 PM 1/15/98, you wrote:
>>At 01:41 PM 1/15/98 -0500, you wrote:
>>>In the properties for the site check your anonymous access.
>>>The YOURSERVER_IUSR account is probably not listed there.
>>>The is all from within the IIS management console.
>>>John David M. Miller
>>but that I have already checked. I made sure to explicitly list the domain
>>also that the anonymous account comes from. Still no dice. Even when it
>>prompts for a username none of the accounts (administrative or non) seem to
>>work. But I have definitley checked that part out. I have even created a
>>new anonymous web account and set IIS to use that one instead and changed
>>the NTFS
>>permissions to reflect this new anonymous user. Any other thoughts?
>>-Jason Kallner
>>ACCS Internet Services

Thanks for the help.
I have gone through our complete structure and redone all the NTFS
permissions and then went in a redid the IIS permissions. This seemed to
work out for me.
Thanks again.
-Jason Kallner
ACCS Internet Services