I hope you can help me out from a critical situation. Finally, .asp pages are not supposed to have icons in Windows Explorer because they are not associated with any application. However, as soon as you switch into IIS 6 Worker Process Isolation Mode, Sub Authentication is disabled because it requires a privileged process identity like Local System (which is a known Numbers outside this list are proprietary to the Server or Client that you are using. http://bookmarq.net/iis-error/iis-error-codes-301.php
I cannot filter out which 401.2 errors to send alerts on nor figure out to avoid logging these erroneous errors. Since none of the identities must be Network Service, your suggestion is actually not correct. //David Reply Chris Nevill says: May 9, 2008 at 12:07 pm I can't find the log IISADMIN service recreated an account IUSR_machinename please please reply me on this as soon as possible it is killing me 🙁 coz client is on hold only for this Reply David.Wang The error code is 0x8009030e on the 401 page. https://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/WindowsServer2003/Library/IIS/8feeaa51-c634-4de3-bfdc-e922d195a45e.mspx?mfr=true
Any ideas? A common cause of this issue happens with the older Netscape/Mozilla browser clients and an IIS web server configured to require Integrated Authentication. The corrective action should be to either configure to require an authentication protocol acceptable to the client, or use a client that satisfies the server authentication protocol requirements.
But still we getting these misterious 401.1 and 402.2 errors. Manually change it to something known and then go back to User Manager and change it there too. For example, I've seen this error happening because of a local security policy applied to the Guests local group. Anonomus User is selected and Integrated User is deselected.
Thus, much of the logical assumptions about 401.x do not apply. Available from dbatools.io and github SqlServer Needs You SqlServer now has a dedicated engineer and Microsoft is asking for our input! I created another ASP.NET project(non-CMS) in the same web server and that works fine with anonymous authentication. One common cause is if the configured anonymous user credentials stored in the IIS metabase configuration file is DIFFERENT than the user principle's credentials in reality (i.e.
Reply Rovastar 4765 Posts MVPModerator Re: Out of Options on HTTP Error 401.1 Dec 01, 2009 07:23 AM|Rovastar|LINK bronze_fonz Turned out to be the Deny access to this computer from the Like with integrated auth. I've tried adding the site to trusted sites, to no effect. I have to get someone at the site to confirm, but it sounds like it would be a 401.1 error.
Yes, I've cleared the cache and cookies. https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/5652/tip-troubleshooting-the-401-1-unauthorized-error-in-iis/ BUT DON'T DO THIS ON AN INTERNET FACING SERVER, read on.... Reply Howard Falcon says: December 29, 2009 at 3:17 am I have IIS 6.0 using Windows 2003. I am not aware of any part of IIS, Windows, or any other Microsoft software that does this.
The machine serves ordinary html just fine. have a peek at these guys Obviously, I cannot cover the universe of all possible causes of 401 - I want to explain what each of the errors mean and some possible reasons, hoping to get you Even though I was using the correct user (local administrator account) I could not get past the server extension administration webs authentication. Do you have any examples of connection pooling outside of IIS that we could investigate?
What do they say? I am running IIS6 on W2003 server and have two site which work perfectly well. Reply Anil says: March 11, 2010 at 2:26 pm Hi David, Strange problem on changing Time under regional settings. http://bookmarq.net/iis-error/iis-error-codes-500.php Reply tomkmvp 9756 Posts MVPModerator Re: Out of Options on HTTP Error 401.1 Mar 26, 2009 04:47 PM|tomkmvp|LINK Apparently that prevented it from being able to authenticate.
I would start by examining the Group Policy's security settings. The usual exception that one can get in the web browser (or even on the application if accessing a web page or service) is: HTTP Error 401.1 - Unauthorized: Access You gave the only lucid explanation I have seen with regard to the 401.1 problem when: * App pool is running under domain service account identity, * No Service Principal Name
I see from the IIS logs that for the 401.2 and 401.1 situation the User id is null and ok for 200. To determine which Wildcard Application Mapping is involved on a request, you have to use the IIS Manager to look up the EFFECTIVE Wildcard Application Mapping for that request, starting from Very useful. Unfortunately, priorto IIS 6.0, the IIS web log files are uselessin distinguishing401 substatus because it does not even record it.
I find it surprising that the Kerberos setting is server-wide. This indicates a problem with NTFS permissions. There is a default Web Site and virtual web sites. http://bookmarq.net/iis-error/iis-error-codes-200.php You can download it from this location.
Thanks, Garick http://www.nootz.net Reply Don Miller says: October 23, 2007 at 8:52 am When I try to connect to Reporting Services via SSMS using Windows Authentication (signed on as Administrator) I I have also seen the reverse happen - user configures IIS to use their username/password as anonymous user, and when they changed their password, web server traffic quickly causes IIS to You paper suggested that there may be a problem with the client browser but the same browser works on other projects and on the same project on another identically configured machine. Run the following command: icacls
Different types of domain accounts, even Domain Admins, were attempted and none were able to login successfully from remote machines. What is getting logged? Invalid Kerberos configuration - on IIS6, if you have a customized Application Pool Identity AND Integrated Authentication is used AND the web server is in a domain, you will mysteriously get YOU ROCK'S!
What to do when you are asked to perform an official review for a journal of a manuscript written by your supervisor? A simple way to catch the Process Identity of the Application Pool is to use the group IIS_WPG (unless you install IIS on a Domain Controller which does not allow such The site has a CGI directory and a VD for isapi redirection that are both configured for Basic Authentication only. http://blogs.msdn.com/david.wang/archive/2005/07/06/SSO_ISAPI_Considerations_2.aspx //David Reply JammyD says: June 20, 2006 at 6:01 am David, many thanks for your reply.
Step 1: Determine the SubStatus Code When you get a 401 response in the browser from IIS and you want to troubleshoot it, the first thing you should do is determine Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up HTTP Error 401.1 - Unauthorized from Local IIS up vote 16 down vote favorite 11 I have created site on my local Yes, anonymous authentication is the only one enabled, and the IUSR_machinename is the default installed automatically. "Allow IIS to control" is checked. The page that you want to access requires a client certificate, but the user ID that is mapped to your client certificate has been denied access to the file. 403.13 Client
Does anybody have any pointers where to go from here? Reply frustrated user says: February 25, 2008 at 9:48 pm I fixed my authentication issue with Virtual Server 2005 and IIS. This happens by sharepoint design. the "allow IIS to control anonymous user's password" feature) is enabled by default for compatibility.
Some additions I think would be helpful are: - instructions on how to use "net helpmsg" - instructions on how to use the err.exe windows error lookup utility And I'm having