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Default custom error page

How can I redirect a user to a custom error page on logon denied. Is that 401-1 or 401-3 error?

I have the permissions set for the web directory to allow specific NT users. In the web directory I have a subfolder in which I have a custom error page and the permissions for the subfolder is set to allow everyone read/execute access. I specified the error page as the custom error page for 401-1 and 401-3 in IIS, but it still doesn't work.

I'm using classic ASP pages on IIS 5.0 running on Windows 2000

Any help will be appreciated.
TIA





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