I have a windows 2003 server (WEb edition) which has .net 3.5 sp1 installed on it.
我有一個安裝了.net 3.5 sp1的Windows 2003服務器(WEb版)。
I've got a half dozen websites, all of which are challenging me for a username and password. If I supply a domain username, I get in fine...
However, I have the websites set to Allow anony access. The website files/folders all have the appropriate IUSR security setup and I can't get the challenge to go away. I've even gone as far as giving EVERYONE full control... still no dice.
Is there somewhere else I can check to get past this?
If these are .net websites you need to make sure that the "Network Service" user account has the proper permissions on the website folders/files.
Also, make sure that "Network Service" has full control over the "Temporary Aspnet Files" directory located here: C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Temporary ASP.NET Files
此外,請確保“網絡服務”完全控制位於此處的“臨時Aspnet文件”目錄:C:\ WINDOWS \ Microsoft.NET \ Framework \ v2.0.50727 \ Temporary ASP.NET Files
I don't think you can. Just because Anonymous access is enabled doesn't mean there aren't users with more privileges so it has to check if any credentials are supplied.