|Subject:||Re: Strange bug where IIS blocks anonymous users|
|Posted by:||Ken Schaefer (kenREMO…@THISadOpenStatic.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 28 Nov 2006|
Can you post the relevant IIS logfile entries please?
It may be that IE is not trying an anonymous logon at all (or something
else). The logfile entries would be a good place to start looking to see
what's going on.
"Mark S." <mar…@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> I have two anonymous websites running on Windows 2003 Server IIS 6 with
> all the services packs and patches, both sites in IIS have identical
> settings, I've doubled checked.
> Both work as expected for a great number of users except one. This user
> works at home so she connects to her corporate network via her RAS client
> and then uses IE 6 to go to my sites. One of the sites works as expected,
> the other site popups up a login dialog box.
> I've tried everything I can think of but it all fails. Desperate, I
> created a user account for her and when she enters the username and
> password it still won't let her in.
> Any ideas?
Strange bug where IIS blocks anonymous users posted by Mark S. on Wed, 29 Nov 2006