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".
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.