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Default IIS on Firefox?

Hello there,

I have a problem regarding the setup of IIS.
I would like to be able to use Firefox as well as IE to view pages on my PWS. However whenever I go into firefox and then http://mypcname/ I get a login box which prevents me from accessing any of my pages. I have tried every single username and password combination that I have setup on this PC and none of them work. So I am wondering if there is something that I should do in the config on IIS to make my pages available in Firefox.

Help Much Appreciated. Thankyou!

(My apologies if this was the wrong place to post this question)

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