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Old June 4th, 2006, 04:18 PM
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Hi Imar,

 
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quote:Did you make any changes to the setup of IIS?


Yes, I kept getting a security error on different local sites, and it turns out that I had to enable integrated Windows authentication. So in these situations, I perform the following steps:

- Go to the IIS Control Panel, open "Web Sites" > "Default Web Site", right-click a web app folder and select Properties

- In the Directory Security tab, I select Edit

- In the Authentication Methods dialog, I check "Anonymous access", specify the "User name" as IUSR_P4, no password (the field is grayed out), check "Allow IIS to control password", uncheck "Basic authentication", and check "Integrated Windows authentication".

 
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quote:And did you leave the impersonation element in the config file?


No, I commented it out, just to see if it would make a difference. It didn't.

Thanks,

Rob
 
Old June 4th, 2006, 05:01 PM
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Still a bit weird that you need the IUSR account...

Anyway, you're welcome and glad it's working.

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 Re: Network Logon Failed-Home network



 [u]User instances are not supported in common language runtime (CLR) code that is running inside of SQL Server. An InvalidOperationException is thrown if Open is called on a SqlConnection that has User Instance=true in the connection string.</u>

The network protocol for user instances must be local Named Pipes. A user instance cannot be started on a remote instance of SQL Server, [u]and SQL Server logins are not allowed. </u>
So basically to deploy your application to the real world I recomend this: First attach the .mdf file to the SQL Express back it up then restore as a new DataBase then change your sql connection string in the web.config file to disable user instance then give the ASPNET account login permission on the server and the specific database.

Now for those of you who got the Login Controls to work but doesn't work remotely when viewed from the Internet; simply IExplore 6.0 doesn't handle the authentication ticket very well when your DNS its being "URLRedirected" or using "Frames" so just change the settings for your domain to do just the plain old "IP Address redirect to" method.

I hope this helps someone.

I am just a newbie trying to learn!

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