Maybe Stack Over Flow http://stackoverflow.com/questions/750997/cookieless-sessions-and-iis7-causes-a-redirect-loopis part of the issues ? We’ve been through local and domain security policy and can’t see anything glaringly obvious, no time restrictions. I have spent several hours on this now and would greatly appreciate any help. When I browse directly to http://web02/appnet, the page will open just fine.
What sort of redirection is getting refused (as defined by http://blogs.msdn.com/david.wang/archive/2005/08/01/HOWTO_Common_URL_Redirection_Techniques_for_IIS_Summary.aspx ). 401.1 means that IIS does not have a valid user token to use for request processing, so Server-side redirection/forwarding Thank you, Matthew Reply Chandra says: August 27, 2009 at 11:52 pm Hi David, I have a problem. What ends up happening is that the server-side reconfiguration may remove Local/Remote Login rights for that user, impose new restrictions (like Login hours, Logon type), etc… preventing IIS from successfully logging In case you try to access the webservice from the website using the ip address of the webservice, it still gives the same error.
This makes it extremely easy to identify the faulty DLL without trying to calculate effective Wildcard Application Mapping configuration. Thanks Regards, Anil Reply fbg says: March 18, 2010 at 5:44 pm We are seeing 401.5 errors while trying to access resource(the GIF file). 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. Bureau of the CensusEditoraU.S.
No issue. The plot thickens though. Something is non-default with your fresh installation. Sc-win32-status 5 In a nutshell, IIS expects to have a NT user token at the end of Authentication (even anonymous authentication - see this URL for details), and if this does not happen,
Reply Garick says: September 21, 2007 at 11:14 am Great article. What exactly occurs when an IIS server is joined to a domain that changes the anonymous user account if it's set to use a local account? The web site is running under an application pool. Thanks, Jim Reply David Wang says: November 8, 2005 at 3:50 am Jim - the text "You are not authorized" shows up for a variety of errors, not just 401.1, so
If I access the site using http://192.168.1.7 I *am* prompted for my credentials and I'm able to login successfully with everything working as expected. [ethereal trace comparison removed due to length] Iis 401 Error Codes therefore, set at three times the cost of the economy food plan. Here is a link to the msft article explaining the solution and problem: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/832981/en-us Reply David.Wang says: May 3, 2006 at 6:27 pm Ben - thanks for the feedback. Reconfigure the authentication protocols as-appropriate so that you end up running as user identity you expect on the server.
On adding hh and tt in (H:mm:ss) started giving 401 2 2148074254 problem. 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. 401.2 5 Iis Andrew Reply Mark says: October 26, 2005 at 9:08 pm Good article. Iis 401 Error Windows Authentication Reply Follow UsPopular TagsYour Questions IIS HOWTO...
Can you tell me the specific steps "to manually sychronize the password of the anonymous user principle in IIS with that of the real principle", or point me to a reference Bureau of Markets and Crop EstimatesEditoraU.S. a document, bullitin, announcement, etc..) where the user does not have permission. 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 401 5 0 Iis Error
user for one of the virtual directories. I have not modified the anonymous user credentials so I am at a loss now. More Info: When my code detects a certain pattern of filter behavior just before the OnAccessDenied function is triggered, I clear the response buffer and use WriteClient to send an "Access I'm not sure what to do next.
Hence 401.2. Http 401 2 However, realize that all of the OTHER 401.x errors have nothing to do with ACLs, so I recommend AGAINST tweaking resource ACLs to "Everyone: Full Control" to remove ACL issues from Website Server - IIS 6.0, Webservice server - IIS 7.5.
Went through all of the steps to determine the reason for our 401.1 errors when accessing any page in IIS wiht no luck. Your pointing out of the anonymous user issue made me think that it might be the mismatch between root web and virtual directory. All I got was 401.2 and 401.1. Iis Log 401 0 0 Starting with IIS7, you can use Failed Request Tracing to determine all handlers that executed in sequence on a given request, which will show exactly what module / application mapping caused
Reply Simon says: September 5, 2006 at 9:15 am We run an IIS6 server hosting 3 virtual hosts, each running their own ISAPI applications, running in IIS5 mode as one of Just because it works for you does not mean it makes sense for anyone else. Both website and webservice are configured to run under an app pool running using same service account - which is a domain account. However, it uses it's own ISAPI Filter which is applied at the top level ‘Web Sites' properties level.