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Reply David Wang says: October 11, 2005 at 1:45 pm Mark - If the servers are identically configured then the results should be the same. 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 The system must be doing it somehow. Maybe this site just needs an SPN? Source

Reply KansasCoder says: June 29, 2010 at 10:41 am The formatting of your post in IE 7 prevents viewing the entire log entry sample. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * E-mail * Website Current [emailprotected] * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. You will need to determine WHICH CGI/ISAPI is returning the response and obtain support for it. 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 check my blog

Should I make it a user and leave the security setting to deny Guests network access or leave it as a guest and remove the security template setting. What is getting logged? Reply Anil says: March 11, 2010 at 2:26 pm Hi David, Strange problem on changing Time under regional settings. Reply MC says: October 10, 2006 at 8:10 pm David, We are using sharepoint 2.0.

  1. There is no way that a server can "get rid of" 401 errors because a client can always choose to do the wrong thing and cause 401s.
  2. You will need to determine WHICH ISAPI Filter is returning this response and obtain support for this ISAPI Filter to resolve the issue. 401.5 Denied by Custom ISAPI/CGI Web Application This
  3. Hope that helps someone….
  4. When a user has insufficient privilages to navigate to a particular area/page or perform an action that that user does not have access to, a series of three dialogs allows the
  5. The reasons why the CGI/ISAPI are returning such 401 responses are completely arbitrary and uncontrollable by IIS.

Notify me of new posts by email. Many thanks for your reply and keep up the good work with the articles etc. Regards, Chandra Reply DJ says: September 1, 2009 at 11:25 pm Hi Naveed - Chandra - David, I also have 401.2 errors and looks like caused by NTLM on OWA IIS. I have tried multiple things such as checking that IUSR has access and checking the IUSR passowrd is correct but no joy 🙁 It is really winding me up now so

Thanks, Kevin Reply selindmarkl says: December 18, 2007 at 12:21 pm Thank you 401.2 Denied by Server Configuration I had problem with my gogle accelerator, nice description. says: November 29, 2005 at 9:45 am Thanks, saved me a lot of time ! I'll be Googling for this error again in about 3 years! ;-) –Doctor Jones Jun 14 '12 at 11:43 6 Just as a note, I had to take the additional https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/david.wang/2005/07/15/howto-diagnose-401-x-http-errors-on-iis/ Seems like some Windows upgrade broke default ASP application functionality.

Seemed strange because iisstart.asp has always loaded in the past on new Windows installs, with no particular configuration. IIS uses its own "Application Mappings" to do this association, which are not represented within Windows. Then, I had user ‘ABC' as the anon. YOU ROCK'S!

Custom built with (h) and (o) Loading... https://www.outsystems.com/forums/discussion/5652/tip-troubleshooting-the-401-1-unauthorized-error-in-iis/ I stress again, this is a fresh install with SP2 install following it. Sign In Join Search IIS Home Downloads Learn Reference Solutions Technologies .NET Framework ASP.NET PHP Media Windows Server SQL Server Web App Gallery Microsoft Azure Tools Visual Studio Expression Studio Windows Reply Alexander says: September 19, 2007 at 5:55 am David, to be honest not everything there works as expected.

I have added a new site and get 401.1 It only happens with one site out of the three so I am guessing it is not down to permissions for IUSR? this contact form Browse other questions tagged c# iis-7 or ask your own question. 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. 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

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 The request failed with HTTP status 401: Unauthorized.(Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.UI.RSClient)" From the logs, #Software: Microsoft Internet Information Services 6.0 #Version: 1.0 2007-10-23 POST /reportserver/ReportService2005.asmx - 80 - 401 2 2148074254 2007-10-23 POST /reportserver/ReportService2005.asmx One server works fine, but the other throws this error when ever I try to access the site. have a peek here I created a new application pool, assigned the web application to that pool and ran the pool as a domain user.

I have to get someone at the site to confirm, but it sounds like it would be a 401.1 error. The CGI directory works just fine, the VD does not. Thus, much of the logical assumptions about 401.x do not apply.

It is possible there's some local security policy involved that could have been set (I'm not the only admin involved here, unfortunately, and don't want to point fingers til I know

Can you tell me what is the relation between caching and host headers + Ie 7 + and external resources (* like css and js ) , webresource.axd.. I solved the 403.x error by granting (Read/Execute) NTFS permissions to the "Domain Users" group. How do we prove that something is unprovable? WE have a web part running in SharePoint.

Reply David.Wang says: August 4, 2005 at 4:17 am Thanks. In best case you get access from local console of web server only, in worst - everywhere you're asked for credentials and nevertheless authentication fails. This is actually always required, so your problem was that you attempted to lock things down tighter than you should and figured out the mistake. Check This Out If you refresh the page and the message appears again, it may be caused by antivirus software that is scanning your Global.asa file. 500.13 Web server is too busy. 500.15 Direct

Reply David.Wang says: March 22, 2008 at 7:30 am DavidK - Thanks for the advice to others, but I have to disagree with your advice. Also look at all possible angles that anonymous user credential is somehow mismatched or disabled. I updated the 401.5 section to mention Wildcard Application Mappings and how one can identify and troubleshoot it on both IIS6 and beyond. //David Reply Naveed Ashfaq says: February 20, 2009